Autonomous molecular machines: “As far as we know, this is the first time a DNA nanobot capable of carrying arbitrary cargo has been demonstrated.”
“Photographer Kathrin Swoboda frequents Huntley Meadows Park in Alexandria in search of red-wing blackbirds as they sing. On a cold morning back in 2019, she captured the conspicuous avians mid-tune, an activity that produced what appears to be smoke rings emanating from their beaks. The frigid temperatures make the hazy formations of condensation visible.”
“It’s a nurturing period to let those ideas come forth when they’re ready to come forth. You have to respect those periods. Inspiration comes when it comes.” Great interview with Meredith Monk.
Eivind Hjertnes and their fairly involved, long-view process for writing a blog. It is, as much as anything, about waiting for the moment. Like Meredith Monk waiting for the voices to come, like waiting in a cold park for a bird to sing, waiting for the tiniest machines to dive in and do their tiny work.