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Wireless AI Could Reveal Hidden Emotions
News   Feb 04, 2021

A novel artificial intelligence (AI) approach based on wireless signals could help to reveal our inner emotions, according to new research.

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Rust Could Be the Secret to Next-Gen Computing
News   Feb 03, 2021

Current silicon-based computing technology is very energy-inefficient and finding ways to decarbonise technology is an obvious target for energy savings. A new discovery involving rust suggests that the future of green computing may, in fact, be brown.

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Immense Hydrocarbon Cycle Discovered in the World's Oceans
News   Feb 03, 2021

Hydrocarbons and petroleum are almost synonymous in environmental science. After all, oil reserves account for nearly all the hydrocarbons we encounter. But the few hydrocarbons that trace their origin to biological sources may play a larger ecological role than scientists originally suspected.

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Exposing Hidden Tumors With Near-Infrared Imaging and Machine Learning Methods
News   Feb 03, 2021

Researchers have coupled near-infrared hyperspectral imaging with machine learning techniques to visualize tumors in deep tissue that are typically hard to detect.

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New Software Tool Facilitates Diversity in Genetic Studies
News   Feb 03, 2021

Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) have typically excluded diverse and minority individuals in the search for gene variants that confer risk of disease. Researchers have now developed a free-access software package called Tractor that increases the discovery power of genomics in understudied populations.

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"Quantum Brain" Brings New Era of Computing Closer
News   Feb 02, 2021

An intelligent material that learns by physically changing itself, similar to how the human brain works, could be the foundation of a completely new generation of computers.

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3D Genome of the Primate Brain in High Resolution
News   Jan 29, 2021

A team has reported the highest resolution by far of the 3D genome of the primate brain, and demonstrated the molecular regulatory mechanisms of human brain evolution through cross-species multi-omics analysis and experimental validation.

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Coders' Brains Have Fine-Tuned Maps of Source Code
News   Jan 29, 2021

A new study by researchers in Japan has examined the brain activity of thirty programmers of diverse levels of expertise, finding that seven regions of the frontal, parietal and temporal cortices in expert programmer's brain are fine-tuned for programming.

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Deep Learning Shows How Genetic Motifs Conduct the “Music of Life”
News   Jan 28, 2021

Using AI and supercomputers, researchers have discovered reoccurring patterns and combinations, known as "motifs", of the four molecular building blocks A, C, G and T, connecting them to gene expression, that is, average amounts of produced proteins.

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Monitoring Online Consumer Posts Could Help To Identify Food Health Hazards
News   Jan 27, 2021

An estimated 48 million cases of foodborne illness are contracted in the U.S annually. In some instances, the source is well known, but 80% of food poisoning cases are of unknown origin. A new study proposes a food safety monitoring system that utilizes consumer comments posted on websites to identify products associated with food-related illnesses.

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