Hierarchical networks, power laws and neuronal avalanches
The findings provide explicit insight into current studies of the brain’s neuronal network showing power-law avalanches in neural recordings, and provide a theoretical justification of recent numerical findings.
Multi-heme proteins: Nature's electronic multi-purpose tool
Multi-heme proteins focus on emergent properties of complex redox proteins and strategies found in Nature where such proteins appear to be modular and essential components of larger biochemical pathways.
Pattern recognition in bioinformatics
Pattern recognition is concerned with the development of systems that learn to solve a given problem using a set of example instances, each represented by a number of features.
Optimally combining dynamical decoupling and quantum error correction
Quantum control and fault-tolerant quantum computing (FTQC) are two cornerstones on which a large-scale quantum computer is pinned, yet only preliminary steps have been taken towards the interplay between them.
Signalling by Drosophila capa neuropeptides
The physiological actions of capa peptides vary depending on the insect species but capa peptides have key myomodulatory and osmoregulatory functions, depending on insect lifestyle, and life stage.