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Synthetic System

The use of two or more steps to create a product. This may refer to the assembly line at an auto plant, the writing and editing processes in journalism, or almost anything else.
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We think we've cracked the code for interfacing natural and synthetic systems," said study author Ting Xu, a Berkeley professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and the Department of Chemistry, whose lab led the work.
The goal of the TOPSIM project is to address open problems concerning topological states of fermionic matter from an experimental point of view, by taking advantage of novel possibilities of quantum control on synthetic systems formed by ultracold neutral atoms.
A variety of biological synthetic systems are discussed, including algae, diatoms and chrysophytes, bacteria, and yeasts, as well as processes that utilize nonliving biologically derived components, such as plant extracts to modulate redox properties of the synthetic environment, isolated proteins with useful template shapes, and chelators to control size.
As technologies progress, it appears from this collection of 19 articles, boundaries blur between living and synthetic systems, with information and communication technologies providing increasing opportunities for the assimilation of living environments to changes in technological infrastructures.
Pest Reduction, since insects tend to be more attracted to out-of-balance synthetic systems
Although McComb hopes the federal government, along with the Canadian Forces, will implement the synthetic systems soon, no guarantees have been given.
The invention consists of precisely designed nucleic acid sequences modified with a number of energy 'absorbers' and energy 'transmitters' that are capable of transferring light energy over distances greater than previously possible in synthetic systems.
The topics included in this section are: synthetic systems theory -- the linkage between Western physics and Eastern thought; toward a new theory of a well-ordered polity; and a normative theory of justice for a sustainable democracy.
But another goal is to find ways to preserve the function of these proteins while incroporating them into synthetic systems.
Synthetic systems also offer enhanced acoustic performance as well as considerable weight savings and being more expensive than their fiberglass counterparts, are providing a significant boost to the acoustic nonwovens markets.
Further, orthogonal synthetic systems could be introduced into living organisms to control morphology and other functions, or be used to build higher-level mimics of life such as proto-cells.
Until these coherences were observed in synthetic systems, it remained dubious that such a complex phenomenon could be recreated outside of nature," Hayes said.
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