Physics at the Biomolecular Interface: Review on Ariel Fernandez’s Book by Weishi Meng

Book Review by Weishi Meng (Reproduced with permission) “Physics at the Biomolecular Interface” is the latest book by Ariel Fernandez (阿列尔·费尔南德斯), the physical chemist and mathematician who developed the center manifold thermodynamics, unraveling the physical basis for the onset of life, and discovered the dehydron (脱水元), an idea that laid the foundation for the new field of epistructural biology. The hardcover is […]

“Biomolecular Interfaces: Interactions, Functions and Drug Design”, the Latest Book by Ariel Fernandez

A new book by Ariel Fernandez has made its appearance on April 21, 2015. It is entitled “Biomolecular Interfaces: Interactions, Functions and Drug Design“. The publication particulars are: Hardcover: 372 pages Publisher: Springer; 2015 edition (April 21, 2015) Language: English ISBN-10: 3319168495 ISBN-13: 978-3319168494 Author: Ariel Fernandez Author Companies: Ariel Fernandez Consultancy; AF Innovation Author […]

EVOLUTIONARY TECHNOLOGY: LISTEN TO DARWIN BUT DON’T FORGET KIMURA

MONUMENTAL as it surely is, Darwin’s opus does not contain a theory of evolution, at least in the scientific sense. It does not enable us to make verifiable predictions, the hallmark of validation for scientific theory. Many a-priori evolutionary outcomes could in principle result from within a scenario where selection pressure becomes operative. Darwin only explains the […]

HUMAN EVOLUTION: NO EASY FIX

DISCLAIMER: THIS POST BY ARIEL FERNANDEZ STIGLIANO IS REPRODUCED WITH PERMISSION FROM PROJECT SYNDICATE. HUMANS are undeniably complex, and proud of it. No case, we believe, needs to be made for our biological superiority. Our biological functions are exquisitely regulated and resilient to external variations, owing to complicated webs of interactions. Unlike other species, we seem to […]