How Can We Apply Physics to Biology?
"Physics is not just what happens in the Department of Physics. [...] Scientific ideas developed in one field can turn out to be relevant in another"How Can We Apply Physics to Biology?
The multifaceted impact of Ada Lovelace in the digital age
"Ada Lovelace (1815–1852), the Victorian-era mathematician daughter of the Romantic poet Lord Byron, is famous for her work with Charles Babbage on the Analytic Engine and is widely celebrated as the first computer programmer. [...] The book [an interdisciplinary collection of papers inspired by Ada's life, work, and legacy] covers Ada's collaboration with Babbage, her position in the Victorian and steampunk literature, her representation in contemporary art and comics, and her increasing relevance in promoting women in science and technology. [This book] review [focuses] in particular on Ada's visionary ideas of software, on her relation with Alan Turing and the inception of Artificial Intelligence." Full review @ The multifaceted impact of Ada Lovelace in the digital age