(1990). "A Self-Assembling Model of a Bacterial Flagellar Motor," Presentation at the Artificial Life Conference, Santa Fe, NM.
(1990). "A Self-Assembling Model of a Bacterial Flagellar Motor"
Presentation at the Artificial Life Conference : Emergence Evolution of Life-Like Forms in Human-Made Environments, Santa Fe, NM, 5–9 February 1990.
Thompson wrote about this presentation: "The Santa Fe Institute, a think tank connected with the Los Alamos Laboratories, has been sponsoring semi-annual conferences on creating Artificial Life. These were attended with the aim of introducing some critiques of evolution and the materialistic understanding of life."
He noted that he presented on this topic "at the second Artificial Life conference."
For more information about Thompson and Goel's earlier presentation published in the proceedings for the first conference, please click here.