a brown mouse drawn as an outline with a red circle
around it and a red back slash behind it meaning that one
does not need to use a mouse if one uses the atchange

How atchange was developed and how it works

The three articles about atchange were written by Jeffrey Haemer and Jeffrey Copeland.

Other fun and educational articles by the Jeffreys are available at their web site.

The authors work at QMS, whom we all thank.

Further information about atchange is on the atchange page.

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Small icon for Theory of Molecular Machines: physics,
chemistry, biology, molecular biology, evolutionary theory,
genetic engineering, sequence logos, information theory,
electrical engineering, thermodynamics, statistical
mechanics, hypersphere packing, gumball machines, Maxwell's
Daemon, limits of computers
Schneider Lab
origin: 1997 January 7
updated: 2012 Mar 08
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