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  • s  capable of being understood

  • Of course, the endlessly interpretable vision of Revelation also looks like the world at many other times in history.
  • Whatever his affliction may have been, it left no interpretable mark on his work.
  • The McKee record is an extraordinary one, interpretable so ambiguously that even before he made his keynote address at Cooper Union last week it was both a boon and a handicap to .
News & Articles

  • Chemistry Software recommends new molecules.
    Using databases of fragments derived from chemical reagents and building blocks, Spark v10.2  recommends new molecules to make from immediately accessible chemistry space, facilitating lead optimization phase of drug discovery program. Customizable and sortable, radial plots summarize properties of Spark result molecules in instantly readable and interpretable way, enabling rapid visual ...
    Nov. 22, 2013 - ThomasNet

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