Video Games: The Star-t Magazine Books label presents the new literary project of Erik Aostri, biochemist and molecular biologist, as well as a lover of video games. The Star-t Magazine Books label presents the new literary project “Parallel evolution: Applied biology in video games”, a new book in production that aims to explain aspects of some of the most famous video games in history through biology. The work of the biochemist and molecular biologist Erik Aostri, as well as a great fan of the video game industry, this new book that aims to approach the video game from a unique point of view does not yet have a publication date.
Biological science applied to video games
The author has written a book on how biological science ends up permeating culture, joining video games. Divided into six disciplines in the field of biology such as zoology, physiology, genetics, microbiology and parasitology, biotechnology, and astrobiology, Aostri explains through certain video games such as Pokémon, Resident Evil or Cyberpunk 2077, scientific concepts like metamorphosis and ecosystems, viruses and pandemics or what is functioning of neurons. That is, a very important essay on what science (especially bioscience) is behind many video games that we know.
Those responsible for “Parallel evolution: Applied biology in video games” encourage us to stay tuned for upcoming news about its publication, revealing the final release date soon.
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