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Improving Drought Monitoring to Reduce Damage
News   Mar 05, 2019

A new monitoring method allows scientists to identify the onset of drought sooner so conservation or remediation measures might be put into place faster to help limit the damage.

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Algorithm Protects Hardware From Attack
News   Mar 04, 2019

Researchers have developed an algorithm that safeguards hardware from attacks to steal data. In these attacks, hackers detect variations of power and electromagnetic radiation in electronic devices’ hardware and then use that variation to steal encrypted information.

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Tool Reveals Molecular Causes of Disease Including Infant Cancer
News   Mar 01, 2019

Princeton University researchers are gaining new insights into the causes and characteristics of diseases by harnessing machine learning to analyze molecular patterns across hundreds of diseases simultaneously.

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Building an Atlas of Acute Myeloid Leukemia
News   Mar 01, 2019

A team of researchers has used single-cell technologies and machine learning to create a detailed "atlas of cell states" for acute myeloid leukemia that could help improve treatment of the aggressive cancer.

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Open-Source Software Tracks Neural Activity in Real Time
News   Mar 01, 2019

Tracking the firings of individual neurons has, until recently, been an arduous process that forces neuroscientists to tediously track each neuron by hand. A breakthrough software tool called CaImAn automates tracking using a combination of standard computational methods and machine-learning techniques.

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The Recipe for a Happy Marriage – Love, Happiness and… Genetics?
News   Mar 01, 2019

People fall in love for many reasons -- similar interests, physical attraction, and shared values among them. But if they marry and stay together, their long-term happiness may depend on their individual genes or those of their spouse, says a new scientific study.

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University of California Boycotts Publishing Giant Elsevier
News   Mar 01, 2019

In a bold move to push for open access to publicy-funded research, the University of California has terminated its multimillion-dollar subscriptions with Elsevier.

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Cell Atlas of the Aging Lung
News   Feb 28, 2019

Aging promotes lung function decline and increases susceptibility to diseases of the respiratory tract. In order to understand these effects in detail, researchers have analyzed the aging process in the lung at single-cell level, using AI approaches.

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New Risk Genes for Alzheimer’s Disease
News   Feb 28, 2019

Analysis of genetic data from more than 94,000 individuals has revealed five new risk genes for Alzheimer's disease, and confirmed 20 known others.

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Self-reported Health Symptom Relief Gauged for Cannabis Product Characteristics
News   Feb 27, 2019

The commercially developed ReleafApp is a publicly available, incentive-free app for educating patients on how their type of product affects their symptom severity levels.

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