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At the University of Illinois, researchers are using a protein prefix commonly found in many types of human cells to create a self-organizing structure. “The membrane cysts are our prefix that are always in equilibrium and do not require energy to maintain stability,” says expert Gerard Wong. It’s hocus pocus time witches face mask. The question is, can we reach a point where literal self-organizing structures can create a life of their own? A group of researchers from the California Institute of Technology and Michigan State University have agreed together: the answer is yes! These scientists have created “digital bodies” in computers. They found that these “cybernetics” react to changes in ways very similar to real organisms such as bacteria, fungi, and fruit flies.