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alexbiojs

biology, programming, linguistics

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alexbiojs

Publish0xTutorials PublishOx review inspired by Slavic folklore (+ video-review)

2 days ago 10 minute read alexbiojs

PublishOx is a fantastic publishing platform with a number of cool features. The most important features is probably the fact that it is a crypto-agnostic platform (which means it doesn’t have its own token, but rather use the tokens provided by othe...

Blockchain-Based Scientific Ecosystem (dExperiment is coming). General overview

6 Jan 2020 11 minute read alexbiojs

(cover image source (Scientific Coin video on YouTube)) In this series of posts I'm going to discuss the potential of the blockchain + science union. I’m just an amateur scientist. To my knowledge, there’re 4 main problems in today’s science: 1. Acce...

TranslateMe (or Decentralization meets Translation industry). Part 2. The “missing puzzle piece” of scientific ecosystem. General overview

28 Dec 2019 8 minute read alexbiojs

(cover image source - Pixabay)   In this post I’d like to discuss the upcoming possible breakthrough in translation industry which might be achieved by leveraging the blockchain technology. As it was mentioned in the previous post, one of the problem...

Visualizations in biology. Introduction or Biologist as an Illustrator. + Original illustrations

24 Dec 2019 4 minute read alexbiojs

What was difficult to explain before is now easy to visualize. source Visualization and communication of the data is an important step in researches.We have cameras in order to capture the world outside of our bodies.But we can’t just go inside a c...

BestDApp. ScientificCoin (science + blockchain) (crowdfunding, education, freelancing) review inspired by “Star Wars” (+ video-version). The most realistic “game” for everyone

20 Dec 2019 11 minute read alexbiojs

(cover image source) I believe that ScientificCoin has a potential to become one of the best dApps. I guess that calling something “the best” is quite subjective and depends on the one’s experience, interests etc. I want to present (subjectively) cri...

Scientific innovations for human problems [Forest protection] [Fire] Introduction. Part 1. Internet of Trees (Wildfire detection/monitoring system)

16 Dec 2019 4 minute read alexbiojs

(cover image source - (source)) In this post I’d like to start discussion of the systems which could help us to prevent such destructive events like you can see in the video below. According to CTIF Center of Fire Statistics report on World Fire Sta...

Myths vs. Reality. Vampires, Werewolves… Is there any scientific explanation?

15 Dec 2019 5 minute read alexbiojs

(cover image source - Public domain, from Wikipedia) Physiological / biochemical explanation Dracula is usually described as a man with pointed ears, sharp teeth (with blood sometimes), and hair on his palms, who hides somewhere during the daylight a...

Myths vs. Reality. Introduction (or why it’s hard to see the way things are) (Interdisciplinary short review)

14 Dec 2019 6 minute read alexbiojs

  (cover image source - pixabay) First time I saw the things under the microscope, what looked smooth looked like hills and valleys.So, I said, “What’s it really like?”And the guy blew it up again, and it looked like slivers.So, I said, “Yeah, but w...

Scientific innovations for human problems [Wastewater treatment]. Organica (Beautiful wastewater treatment revolution)

13 Dec 2019 3 minute read alexbiojs

(cover image source -https://www.organicawater.com/facility) In order to live, all organisms all over the world need something to eat and something to excrete.Human is not an exception.What’s cool is that the waste from some organisms might serve as...

Scientific innovations for human problems [Safety devices]. Aircraft ballistic parachutes

12 Dec 2019 5 minute read alexbiojs

  (cover image source) In this post I present you WARPS (Whole Aircraft Rescue Parachute System) developed by BRS (Ballistic Recovery Systems, Inc.). The company was founded by Boris Popov in 1980. In 1975 he survived after falling from 120 m height...