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AI Utilized to Predict Cancer's Migration to the Brain
News   Mar 20, 2019

A new precision medicine approach developed at the University of Michigan aims to predict cancer’s likelihood of migrating to the brain, and to aid in the search for new treatments

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Rabbits Like to Eat Plants With Lots of DNA
News   Mar 20, 2019

Researchers have found that rabbits prefer to eat plants with plenty of DNA, and that invertebrates, such as snails and insects, prefer to eat plants with much less DNA.

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It’s Not Easy Being Green
News   Mar 19, 2019

A team of researchers have gained insight into the genes behind the photosynthetic machinery plants require to harness sunlight for growth.

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BRAIN Scientists Make Strides in Mapping the Mouse Cortex
News   Mar 19, 2019

Researchers have outlined a way to classify neurons based not only on how they look, but on with which other neurons they are capable of communicating.

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Machine Learning Tracks Moving Cells
News   Mar 19, 2019

All humans share a common characteristic: the many cells making up their bodies are always on the move. As we humans commute to work, cells migrate through the body to get their jobs done. Biologists have long struggled to quantify the movement and changing morphology of cells through time, but now, scientists have devised an elegant tool to do just that.

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Why Humans Are Adaptable yet Delicate
News   Mar 19, 2019

What makes one person different from one another, and how did these differences evolve? A study is illuminating one aspect of this complicated question. The research examines hot spots of genetic variation within the human genome, examining the sections of our DNA that are most likely to differ significantly from one person to another.

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Making Sense of Your Sweat Data
News   Mar 18, 2019

While a lot of research has been directed at developing continuous sensing technologies, less effort has been directed to understanding the physiology of biofluid secretion.

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It's Elementary! Particle Collider Powered Up by AI
News   Mar 15, 2019

Scientists from HSE University and Yandex have developed a method that accelerates the simulation of processes at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), using two neural networks that compete with each other during competitive training.

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How Big Will a Planet Grow Up to Be? Neural Networks Have the Answer
News   Mar 14, 2019

To find out how planets form astrophysicists run complicated and time-consuming computer calculations. Researchers have now developed a totally novel approach to speed up this process dramatically. They use deep learning based on artificial neural networks, a method that is well-known in image recognition.

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Genetic Analysis at the Touch of a Button – Literally
News   Mar 14, 2019

Researchers have published a method to take genome analysis 'offline', by adapting a computer algorithm that can perform accurate analysis - with far less computer memory than current programs.

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