Diffusion Science radio: Blockchain Citizen Science

Blockchain Citizen Science


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Venus flytraps can count to five by Ian Woolf,
Decentralise all the things by Ian Woolf,
Clement Epie talks about blockchain Cellabz and La Paillaise biohacking,
Kasek Galgal talks about emerging technologies for developing economies, at the Sydney 2015 Blockchain workshop.
Production checked by Charles Willock,
Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf

2015-12-12
Kasek Gulgul

2015-12-10 15.12.49
Plantoid

2015-12-10 15.12.17
Plantoid

2015-12-10 11.06.40

Cellabz - blockchain and beyond


PLANTOID – by PRIMAVERA DE FILIPPI, DAVID BOVILL, VINCENT ROUDAUT AND SARA RENAUD
Plantoid - blockchain based art
Plantoid - the blockchain based art that makes itself

Understanding the blockchain - O'Reilly
Blythe Masters Firm Raises Cash, Wins Australian Contract
The Face Behind Bitcoin (Newsweek 2014)
Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto probably Australian entrepreneur, reports claim
Libor to JP Morgan, Enron to Bernie Madoff: Counting the costs of a world of scandal
LIBOR Scandal: The Crime of the Century?
Banking Blockade
Credit card donations to WikiLeaks restored as Mastercard breaks ranks

The Venus Flytrap Dionaea muscipula Counts Prey-Induced Action Potentials to Induce Sodium Uptake
Some Plants Can Count
Venus flytrap plants can 'count' to five








January 25, 2016

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