Engineering at the atomic level: Of nanotubes and DNA
“While we often think of biology using tools and techniques from physics, our work shows that the approaches being developed in biology can actually be applied to problems in physics and engineering,” Egelman said. “This is what is so exciting about science: not being able to predict where our work will lead.”
There is a lot to be learnt from Biology that could be applied to Engineering and Technology. It is this cross-disciplinary approach that we plan to exploit at Numorpho Cybernetic Systems (NUMO) in building our cybernetic framework for actionable intelligence. This would store data in schemas purposefully architected based on its modality (like Schema on Evolve for Genetic programming). This enables orchestration of solutions with a multi-modal basis for unparalleled insights and exactitude.