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Predicting Microbial Growth Amid Climate Change
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Predicting Microbial Growth Amid Climate Change

We know combustion engines, such as in cars or power plants, lose efficiency when they run faster. Similarly, research has shown that microbes lose efficiency as their metabolic rates increase.
Charged Particles Strip Off When Entering the Boundary Layer
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Charged Particles Strip Off When Entering the Boundary Layer

Researchers have investigated how positively and negatively charged ions behave at the interface between a solid surface and an aqueous solution.
Use of E-Cigarettes Linked to Dysregulation of Genes
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Use of E-Cigarettes Linked to Dysregulation of Genes

A study shows that, like smoking, the use of e-cigarettes is linked to the dysregulation of mitochondrial genes and immune response genes.
A New Mathematical Theory Explains How the Brain Learns
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A New Mathematical Theory Explains How the Brain Learns

A new mathematical model could help in physical therapy and shed light on learning more generally.
How Brain Research Tests Supercomputers Like Never Before
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How Brain Research Tests Supercomputers Like Never Before

In the latest issue of Science, Katrin Amunts and Thomas Lippert explain how advances in neuroscience demand high-performance computing technology and will ultimately need exascale computing power.

Previously Unknown Cell Components Revealed by AI-Based Technique
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Previously Unknown Cell Components Revealed by AI-Based Technique

By combining microscopy, biochemistry techniques and artificial intelligence, researchers have revealed previously unknown cell components that may provide new clues to human development and disease.
New Method Gives Insights Into How Cells Are Changed by Disease
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New Method Gives Insights Into How Cells Are Changed by Disease

A new “image analysis pipeline” is giving scientists rapid new insight into how disease or injury have changed the body, down to the individual cell.
Deep Learning Shines Light on Protein Interactions
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Deep Learning Shines Light on Protein Interactions

Scientists are now combining recent advances in evolutionary analysis and deep learning to build three-dimensional models of how most proteins in eukaryotes interact.
Getting an Accurate Picture of a Population's Viral Exposure
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Getting an Accurate Picture of a Population's Viral Exposure

Accurately assessing the exposure of a population to a particular virus is difficult because the tools do not account for many factors. Researchers have developed a new technique that may be useful for better assessments of exposure to a variety of viruses.
Identification of Microplastics in the Human Body Assisted by Deep Learning
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Identification of Microplastics in the Human Body Assisted by Deep Learning

Using dark-field microscopy and deep learning, scientists studied microplastics in living cells to help understand what detrimental effects they may be having.
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