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Music Recommendation Algorithms May Have Built-In Gender Bias
News   Apr 23, 2021

Researchers have recently published a paper on gender balance in music recommendation systems in which they ask themselves how the system should work to avoid gender bias.

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AI Predicts Which Immune Key Opens Which Lock
News   Apr 22, 2021

A new artificial intelligence method means researchers can now link immune cells to their targets and for example uncouple which white blood cells recognize SARS-CoV-2. The developed tool has broad applications in understanding the function of immune system in infections, autoimmune disorders and cancer.

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VR System Recreates the Sensation of Walking Whilst Sitting Down
News   Apr 22, 2021

Researchers have published a paper describing a custom-built platform that aims to replicate the sensation of walking in VR, all while sitting motionlessly in a chair.

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Why a Brain-on-a-Chip Would Need Little Training
News   Apr 21, 2021

A biomimicking "spiking" neural network on a microchip has enabled researchers to lay the foundation for developing more efficient hardware-based artificial intelligence computing systems.

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DNA Methylation Code Analyzed To Identify Causes of Cancer
News   Apr 21, 2021

Scientists say they have uncovered a likely key genetic culprit in the development of acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

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Computer Software Designs DNA “Robots” in Minutes
News   Apr 19, 2021

Someday, scientists believe, tiny DNA-based robots and other nanodevices will deliver medicine inside our bodies, detect the presence of deadly pathogens, and help manufacture increasingly smaller electronics. Researchers took a big step toward that future by developing a new tool that can design much more complex DNA robots and nanodevices than were ever possible before in a fraction of the time.

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Molecular Devices Opens Organoid Innovation Center
News   Apr 16, 2021

Molecular Devices, LLC., has opened an Organoid Innovation Center at the company’s global headquarters. The center expands beyond imaging to demonstrate an end-to-end solution that addresses challenges associated with every step in the sample prep-to-report pipeline for assays performed on complex 3D biological models.

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Nightmarish "Eyecam" Is a Reminder of Intrusive Surveillance
News   Apr 14, 2021

Microphones and cameras are installed everywhere these days: in smartphones, laptops, even in refrigerators and televisions. Many people are now used to their presence and no longer see them for what they actually are - omnipresent eyes and ears. Researchers have used a "alternative" webcam to critically question sensor technology that has become commonplace.

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Fine-Tuning a Molecular Assembly Line To Design and Test Antibiotics
News   Apr 14, 2021

Researchers have fine-tuned the molecular assembly line that creates antibiotics via engineered biosynthesis. The work could allow for the improvement of existing antibiotics as well as the design of new drug candidates quickly and efficiently.

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How Cells Control the Physical State of Embryonic Tissues
News   Apr 13, 2021

Understanding how cells act together to build tissues has been a fundamental problem in physics and biology. Researchers have now developed a computational framework that captures the various interactions between cells and connects them to embryonic tissue dynamics.

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