Chemlambda collection afterlife [updated]

UPDATE: Chemlambda collection of animations is the new version of the collection hosted on github. The original site of the revived collection is under very heavy traffic (in Jan 2020). Small images, about a 1/2 of the collection, due to memory limitations. But you can play the simulations in js!

Still, hundreds of posts available via reshares from the chemlambda collection. Recall that I deleted the collection some time ago, see here. [See also the photos from posts.]

I arrived at the conclusion that there is no reason to hide recent or (sometimes) older research from public, just because I believe the academic publishing is close to collapse.

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So I started by posting on arXiv a text version of the experimental article Molecular computers, available now as arXiv:1811.04960.  The JS animations are replaced with links and there is a note to the reader added.

The same article is also posted at Figshare:

https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.7339103.v1