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Cell Atlas Gives the Lowdown on Mitosis Proteins

News   Sep 10, 2018 | by Michele Wilson, PhD and Ruairi J Mackenzie, Science Writers for Technology Networks

A Dynamic Protein Atlas of Human Cell Division

Michele Wilson PhD

Science Writer



We Are Numbed to the Harm of Digital Insults


From online forums to community groups, research and experience shows people are more willing to insult and use menacing language online than in person, especially when there’s the protection of anonymity behind a computer. New research indicates that people react less strongly to malicious speech on digital platforms and see the victims as less “harmed” than if the words were said directly to a person.


Protein Therapy Boosts Spinal Cord Regeneration in Mice


Restoring the ability to walk following spinal cord injury requires neurons in the brain to reestablish communication pathways with neurons in the spinal cord, Mature neurons, however, are unable to regenerate their axons to facilitate this process. New research in mice shows one potential route to overcome this limitation may be by targeting liver kinase B1 (LKB1) protein.


AI Program Learns to Draw Caricatures


Automating caricatures poses challenges due to the amount of intricate details and shapes involved and level of professional skill required. A team of computer scientists have developed an innovative deep learning-based approach to automatically generate the caricature of a given portrait
efficiently and realistically.



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