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AI Recognizes Patterns in Breast Cancer and Uncovers 5 New Types
News   Aug 05, 2019

Scientists have used artificial intelligence to recognize patterns in breast cancer – and uncovered five new types of the disease, each matched to different personalized treatments.

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Two Fraudsters, One Passport
News   Aug 02, 2019

Computers are more accurate than humans at detecting digitally manipulated ID photos, which merge the images of two people, new research has found.

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Computational Method Could Advance Precision Medicine
News   Aug 02, 2019

Scientists have devised a new computational method that reveals genetic patterns in the massive jumble of individual cells in the body.

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Computational Model Reveals Prion Replication Mechanisms
News   Aug 01, 2019

A new computational model hopes to open up new research avenues to design drugs against incurable neurodegenerative disorders

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New Wireless Transceiver Goes 'Beyond 5G'
News   Aug 01, 2019

A new wireless transceiver invented by electrical engineers at the University of California, Irvine boosts radio frequencies into 100-gigahertz territory, quadruple the speed of the upcoming 5G, or fifth-generation, wireless communications standard.

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Predatory Journals Could Damage the Credibility of Scientific Publishing
News   Aug 01, 2019

'Predatory journals' pose a danger that could undermine the quality, integrity, and reliability of published scientific research, a new joint statement from three leading organizations, professional in medical writing and publication planning, has warned.

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App Alerts Hospital Staff to Potentially Fatal Kidney Condition in Minutes
News   Aug 01, 2019

A mobile phone app has been developed to inform doctors and nurses of patients with acute kidney injury, a potentially fatal condition. The app reduces the time it takes for hospital staff to become aware of critical blood test results, from hours to minutes.

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"Digital Twins" Could Be a Route to Personalized Medicine
News   Jul 31, 2019

Advanced computer models of diseases can be used to improve diagnosis and treatment. The goal is to develop the models to "digital twins" of individual patients. Those twins may help to computationally identify and try the best medication, before actually treating a patient.

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Genetic Vulnerability to Post-traumatic Stress Disorder in U.S. Veterans
News   Jul 30, 2019

A genome-wide association study (GWAS) and bioinformatic analysis of more than 165,000 U.S. veterans confirms a genetic vulnerability to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), specifically noting abnormalities in stress hormone response and/or functioning of specific brain regions.

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New Camera Can Track Moving Objects Around Corners
News   Jul 30, 2019

A new camera that can peek around corners represents an advance on previous technologies. It's able to capture more light from a greater variety of surfaces, see wider and farther away and is fast enough to monitor out-of-sight movement for the first time.

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