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Science Speeds Up, Nature Stays Slow

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JAMES SCHLETT, EDITOR, [email protected]

To say we live in a fast-paced world no longer does the reality justice. Supercomputers can calculate hundreds of terabytes of data in a billionth of a second. Fortunes are made and lost with the click of a button. Yet, in many instances, nature has not received — or has disregarded — the memo to hurry up. Grass still grows slowly, and the life sciences have often struggled to detect and extract valuable data in a timely fashion from slow-growing bodies, such as plants and tumors. However, as several articles in this month’s BioPhotonics illustrate, advances in...Read full article

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