- The end of HACKING? Cryptography breakthrough could make computer programs
- Computer scientists have spent decades trying to perfect a system that keeps hackers at bay, and now researchers in California believe they have cracked it. Using a technique known as 'obfuscating', Professor Amit Sahai and colleagues told Quanta ...
- Acoel development indicates the independent evolution of the bilaterian mouth
- These bilaterally symmetric triploblastic worms possess a mid-ventral mouth and lack an anus, which suggests that a single opening to the endodermal digestive system represents the ancestral state of the Bilateria (Fig. 1c–h).
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