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Sepsis Symptoms that Lead to Death
Sepsis Symptoms that Lead to Death
News   Nov 27, 2018

While organ dysfunctions within sepsis have been widely studied, the interaction between measures of organ dysfunction remains an understudied area. Recent findings may aid clinical efforts to identify sepsis patients.

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Fertilizer Fuels Rain's Infectious Cargo
Fertilizer Fuels Rain's Infectious Cargo
News   Nov 27, 2018

Mathematical modelling has determined the relationship between the time from when it starts to rain until runoff begins taking with it microbes such E. coli from organic fertilizers.

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Corals and their Microbiomes Evolved Together
Corals and their Microbiomes Evolved Together
News   Nov 27, 2018

Fresh insight in the fight to save the Earth’s embattled coral reefs has shown that corals and the microbes they host evolved together.

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Fake Fingerprints that can Fool Security Systems
Fake Fingerprints that can Fool Security Systems
News   Nov 26, 2018

Researchers aided by machine learning have created synthetic fingerprints capable of spoofing smartphone fingerprint sensors.

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Smallholdings More Important to Global Food Production than Previously Thought
Smallholdings More Important to Global Food Production than Previously Thought
News   Nov 23, 2018

Crowdsourced data has shown that the proportion of smallholder farms may be much larger than previously thought, contributing much more to global food production.

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HIV Persistence During Therapy Mostly Due to Cellular, not Viral, Proliferation
HIV Persistence During Therapy Mostly Due to Cellular, not Viral, Proliferation
News   Nov 23, 2018

A majority of the HIV-infected cells that persist in HIV-infected individuals - even during suppressive antiretroviral therapy (ART) - originated from cellular proliferation, not viral replication.

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Chemistry Freed From Space and Time
Chemistry Freed From Space and Time
News   Nov 23, 2018

The internet of things and the cloud are entering the world of chemical research and production. Researchers have used remote servers in Japan to autonomously optimize conditions to synthesize drugs in a British laboratory.

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Bioinformatics Improves Retrieval of Single Cell RNA Sequencing Data
Bioinformatics Improves Retrieval of Single Cell RNA Sequencing Data
News   Nov 23, 2018

Single nucleotide variations could be the key to better identification of tumor subpopulations.

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Bioinformatics Improves Retrieval of Single Cell RNA Sequencing Data
Bioinformatics Improves Retrieval of Single Cell RNA Sequencing Data
News   Nov 23, 2018

Single nucleotide variations could be the key to better identification of tumor subpopulations.

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Paralysis Patient Plays Beethoven Using New Computer Interface
Paralysis Patient Plays Beethoven Using New Computer Interface
News   Nov 22, 2018

Three people with paralysis participating in the BrainGate clinical trial, an effort that includes Brown University researchers, chatted with family and friends, shopped online and used other tablet computer applications, all by just thinking about pointing and clicking a mouse.

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