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The Laboratory for Radical Science With Professor Oded Rechavi
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The tagline for the Rechavi lab at Tel Aviv University, Israel, is "The Laboratory for Radical Science", and in this Teach Me in 10 installment, you will find out why.

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Using Deep Learning To Detect Cancerous Skin Lesions
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Researchers at the Wyss Institute and MIT have developed a deep learning algorithm that can differentiate suspicious pigmented lesions from non-cancerous skin marks in wide-field images of patients' skin.

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Turning a Spider Web Into a Musical Instrument
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Scientists report that they have translated the structure of a web into music, which could have applications ranging from better 3D printers to cross-species communication and otherworldly musical compositions.

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New Theory Suggests the Brain Is a Giant Supercomputer
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Dr Ben Goult, a researcher from the University of Kent's School of Biosciences, has proposed a new theory for understanding brain and memory function. It suggests that the brain is a giant supercomputer, running a form of binary code. Neuroscience News and Research spoke to Ben to find out more.

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The Importance of Science Communication With Dr Carl May
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Watch this Teach Me in 10 with Dr Carl May to discover the importance of science communication and to learn Mays's hints, tips and tricks.

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The Surprising Secrets of Hummingbird Flight
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In just a matter of seconds, hummingbirds can perform astonishing aerial acrobatics, eat lunch in midair, pollinate a flower, even escape threats while upside-down. And they can do this all while achieving sustained hovering flight, an aerial feat no other bird can perform. How do they do it? Kristiina J. Hurme and Alejandro Rico-Guevara explore the incredible flying capabilities of hummingbirds.

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Introduction to ICP-MS – Part II
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In part two of their ICP-MS Teach Me in 10, Abe Gutierrez and Ed McCurdy help to answer the question: Why do we need triple quadrupole ICP-MS?

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Cubis® II Compliance
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For customers requiring Pharmaceutical and GxP compliance, the Cubis®️ II platform is the only laboratory balance on the market today that offers fully customizable hardware, software and connectivity.

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The Beginnings of Forensic Science With Mike Neville
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Former New Scotland Yard Detective Chief Inspector, Mike Neville, a professional member of the Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences and specialist in catching criminals with images, takes us through the history of detecting crime and evolution of forensic science.

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Becoming a Science Writer
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"How do I become a science writer?" is a common question that we get asked here at Technology Networks. That is why for this installment of Teach Me in 10, the guests are … well, us! We wanted to share stories of how we became science writers and communicators, highlighting some of the things that we have learned through our journeys and offering some top tips and tricks.

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