Suraj kumar sahu
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  • Bhubaneshwar, Odisha
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Suraj kumar sahu replied to Graham E. Lau's discussion Earth in Human Hands in the group Book Club!
"Congratulations Graham!! Very happy to know that. Sure, Lets start a bew book someday. Cheers!!"
Aug 2
Suraj kumar sahu replied to Graham E. Lau's discussion Earth in Human Hands in the group Book Club!
"Hello everyone! It has been a while I have posted anything. I was moving to a new place and was unable to get proper network. Are you all planning for a new book to read? Thanks for Reading."
Aug 1
Suraj kumar sahu commented on Julia DeMarines (Teaspoon)'s group Book Club!
"Hello People! Seems like I wont be able to join the meeting this weekend as I am moving to a different city. I will be busy packing and moving. I hope to see you all in the next weekend. Till then have a good time."
Jul 15
Suraj kumar sahu commented on Julia DeMarines (Teaspoon)'s group Book Club!
"Hello! I am okay about the postponing. I will be there next week. :)"
Jul 9
Suraj kumar sahu commented on Julia DeMarines (Teaspoon)'s group Book Club!
"Hey Graham E. Lau. I apologise for not being able to attend the last meeting. I was terribly sick. I too have few ideas about the next book. Here is a list of books I would like to suggest. 1. Rare Earth: Why Complex Life Is Uncommon in the…"
Jul 7
Nayana J S liked Suraj kumar sahu's blog post Is Biological Cell a Machine?
Jun 22
Suraj kumar sahu is attending Sanjoy Som's event
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"Ask an Astrobiologist" with Dr. Alexis Templeton at http://saganet.org/page/saganlive

June 22, 2017 from 10am to 11am
Please join us if you can Thursday, July 13th at 10:00 am US Pacific Time (5:00 pm GMT)!"Ask an Astrobiologist" is a live interview with a renowned astrobiologist! This format is interactive and allows participants to ask questions on Twitter & SAGANet! Use #askastrobio to submit your questions before the event! Questions will still be taken via SAGANet chat!We welcome to SAGANet Dr. Alexis Templeton, Professor of Geological Science at the University of Colorado, Boulder, USA! Dr. Templeton…See More
Jun 21
Suraj kumar sahu commented on Julia DeMarines (Teaspoon)'s group Book Club!
"Hi Everyone. I will be present for the meeting. Hope to see you all! "
Jun 18
Suraj kumar sahu commented on Julia DeMarines (Teaspoon)'s group Book Club!
"Hi! Graham E. Lau. The time is totally fine for me.I can join anytime of the week. Thank you."
Jun 15
Suraj kumar sahu commented on Julia DeMarines (Teaspoon)'s group Book Club!
"Hey there! I am very interested but I missed the last meeting due to the time conversion confusion. I am from India. I have not read the book as I can't find a copy in our library. I am still searching if I can get an ebook. Would it be okay…"
Jun 15
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Suraj kumar sahu's Blog

Is Biological Cell a Machine?

Posted on May 29, 2017 at 7:00am 0 Comments

The following is a 600-word essay which I wrote for Physics of life School at National Center for Biological Sciences-TIFR, Bangalore, India. 

           Biological cells, that all living organisms are made of, singly or collectively, are open dissipative machines, in a complicated assemblage of sub-machines in a hierarchical organization of soft matter, which is a perfect system showing emergent properties. They are ever-evolving, self-replicating machines that utilize energy…

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