Thomas Schneider



Thomas Schneider has always been interested in all fields of science. In high school he developed a model of life forms in a computer, now called artificial life, and for this was a winner in the Science Talent Search. He studied biology, mathematics and computers at MIT and then went to the University of Colorado to get a PhD in molecular biology. There he applied Claude Shannon's information theory to DNA binding sites. He came to the USA National Institutes of Health where he is a tenured researcher continuing to working on the theory of biological states. See:

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