Wetware

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How does a single-cell creature, such as an amoeba, lead such a sophisticated life? How does it hunt living prey, respond to lights, sounds, and smells, and display complex sequences of movements without the benefit of a nervous system? This book offers a startling and original answer.

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  • Author: Dennis Bray
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    Won 1 awards in total (1 unique awards)
  • 1 Philip K. Dick


  • Book Award Years
    1988 Philip K. Dick Award Winner: Wetware

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    Biopunk Books(Ranked 16 out of 18)

    Very similar to Cyberpunk in theme and style but with the technological focus NOT on computer/virtual reality but on bioengineering (engineering of the human body, bio-hacking, made to human specing, ...

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    Wetware Science Fiction Books(Ranked 10 out of 12)

    A small but emerging sub-genre that features the use of biological technology and is part of the Cyberpunk traditions. As such, the idea of "Wetware" is often featured in Post-Modern Cyberpunk tales. ...

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