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How Do Microbiota Transplants for Autism Affect Our Metabolome?
News   Nov 16, 2020

New research highlights the crucial importance of bacterial microbes in the human gut for the diagnosis and treatment of ASD.

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AI Predicts Whether To Let Sleeping Patient Lie
News   Nov 16, 2020

Vital sign (VS) monitoring disruptions for hospitalized patients during overnight hours have been linked to cognitive impairment, hypertension, increased stress and even mortality. For the first time, researchers developed a deep-learning predictive clinical tool to identify which patients do not need to be woken up overnight — allowing them to recover faster.

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Algorithms Analyze Art's Big Questions
News   Nov 16, 2020

Physicist Hawoong Jeong worked with statisticians, digital analysts, and art historians to clarify whether computer algorithms could help resolve long-standing questions about design principles used in landscape paintings.

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A New Way To Protect Genetic Privacy in Research
News   Nov 13, 2020

The era of functional genomics has enabled scientists to analyze massive amounts of data on cellular activity in disease and health.

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Virtual Reality Shows the Effects of Climate Change on Future Forests
News   Nov 13, 2020

The effects of climate change are sometimes difficult to grasp, but now a virtual reality forest, created by geographers, can let people walk through a simulated forest of today and see what various futures may hold for the trees.

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Predicting the Risk of Severe Side Effects of Chemotherapy
News   Nov 13, 2020

The risk of serious adverse effects on the blood status and bone marrow of patients during chemotherapy can be calculated using a new prediction model. This research may make it possible to use genetic analysis to identify cancer patients with a high probability of side effects.

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Rapid Virus Identification With Help From Machine Learning
News   Nov 12, 2020

Scientists have introduced a new system using silicon nanopores sensitive enough to detect a single virus particle when coupled with a machine learning algorithm.

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Designing Artificial Microswimmers for Targeted Drug Delivery
News   Nov 12, 2020

Many types of motile cells need to propel themselves through confined spaces filled with viscous liquid. Mathematical models of the motion of cells in viscous liquids are helping scientists to design artificial microswimmers for numerous applications including targeted drug delivery.

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These 5 Key Errors Undermine COVID-19 Data Shared on Twitter
News   Nov 11, 2020

The frantic swirl of coronavirus-related information sharing that took place this year on social media is the subject of a new analysis led by researchers at the School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI.

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What's It Like To Share a Body in Virtual Reality?
News   Nov 11, 2020

A new study aimed to develop a novel collaboration method with a shared avatar, which can be controlled concurrently by two individuals in VR, and to investigate human motor behaviors as the avatar is controlled in VR.

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