If you’re a Mac user and/or a developer for things that work on a Mac (wouldn’t that, by default, also make you a Mac user?), you’ve likely been following the press recently about the winners of the Apple Design Awards, which were announced earlier this week. The Awards are all about the stuff that works best, or works prettiest, on OS X. There’s some interesting picks too, including the complex, but fun to look at, winner of the “scientific computing solution,” EnzymeX 3.1, which has something to do with determining “which restrictions enzymes should be used to cut your DNA of interest.” Here’s a good rundown of the rest of the winners over at Macworld.
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