“Cloud computing” is the up-and-coming trend in information technology.  It allows processes to run in parallel on multiple networked processors with more robustness, because other processors can pick up the slack if a major server fails. Scientists are finding that cells have been using this technology all along. 

Science Daily reported on research by biologists in Spain and Israel working with Carnegie Mellon University. “Gene regulatory networks in cell nuclei are similar to cloud computing networks, such as Google or Yahoo!, researchers report today in the online journal Molecular Systems Biology,” the article began. “The similarity is that each system keeps working despite the failure of individual components, whether they are master genes or computer processors.” Later, the article brought in another internet giant:…

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