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The Human Brain Project Has Entered Its Final Phase of Research
News   Jun 29, 2020

The Human Brain Project has announced the start of its final phase as an EU-funded FET Flagship, focusing on brain networks, their role in consciousness, and artificial neural nets.

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Machine Learning Predicts Chemo-induced Side Effects in Patients With Testicular Cancer
News   Jun 29, 2020

Using a cohort of testicular-cancer patients from Denmark, researchers have developed a machine learning predictive model to pinpoint who ends up having cisplatin-based chemotherapy side effects and who does not.

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New Polymer Could Make for Faster Neuromorphic Computers
News   Jun 26, 2020

Researchers have overcome an obstacle in the path towards creating brain-mimicking, neuromorphic computers, by discovering that adding an ion conducting polymer enhances neuromorphic device response time.

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Molecular Dynamic Simulations Demonstrate How Drugs Block Receptors
News   Jun 25, 2020

Scientists from Uppsala University describe how they have been able to predict how drug molecules that can be used against cancer bind to G-protein-coupled receptors.

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New Technique Could Enable All-optical Data Center Networks
News   Jun 24, 2020

A new technique that synchronizes the clocks of computers in under a billionth of a second could pave the way to all-optical networks, potentially leading to more efficient data centers.

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Survey Highlights the Effects of COVID-19 Pandemic on Life Scientists
News   Jun 22, 2020

Jan Korbel and Oliver Stegle, both group leaders at EMBL Heidelberg, have performed a survey of fellow life scientists in Germany, Spain, the UK, Italy, France, Canada, Turkey, and the USA to learn how the current crisis, with partial or complete institutional shutdowns, is affecting their work.

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First Open Source All-atom Models of Full-length COVID-19 S Protein
News   Jun 22, 2020

A group of researchers from Seoul National University in South Korea, University of Cambridge in UK, and Lehigh University in USA, have worked together to produce the first open-source all-atom models of a full-length S protein.

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Predicting the Side Effects of Drugs
News   Jun 19, 2020

A multi-institutional group of researchers led by Harvard Medical School and the Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research has created an open-source machine learning tool that identifies proteins associated with drug side effects.

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What a Simulated Sea Slug Called ASIMOV Can Teach Us About Addiction
News   Jun 17, 2020

Scientists built a computer model of a simple brain network based on that of a sea slug as part of an experiment into how the brain gets addicted to certain drugs.

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How AI Can Reduce the Communication Gap for Nonverbal People
News   Jun 16, 2020

Researchers have used AI to reduce the “communication gap” for nonverbal people with motor disabilities who rely on computers to converse with others.

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