First postulated by William B. Miller, Jr, a retired medical doctor and evolutionary biologist, n-space is an informational matrix that is accessed by all living organisms, providing them with non-genetic information and abilities that facilitate cellular life.
Professor Michael Levin of Tufts University studies non-genetic, cellular bioelectric-based signaling that determines cancer tumor inception, growth and proliferation, as well as patterning of biological features such as limbs, heads and tails of Axolotls, Xenopus frogs, Planaria, and other organisms.
Finding Genius Foundation is preparing to fund Tufts University with a grant to foster Professor Michael Levin’s research into morphogenetic fields, bio patterning, and how and if n-space plays a role in this non-genetic driven development (beyond embryogenesis – patterning that happens in adult organisms).
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