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5,500 genomes have been sequenced in a little more than a year.
by University of Edinburgh
4.28.2017
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These and other results suggest that plant species are not as specialized in their metabolism as has been commonly assumed.
by Weizmann Institute of Science
4.28.2017
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Proteins are the most abundant substance in living cells aside from water, and their interactions with cellular functions are crucial to healthy life.
by Stony Brook University
4.27.2017
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To help strike that delicate balance, neurosurgeries often are performed with the aid of 3-D maps of patients' brains.
by WUSTL
4.27.2017
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The technology could actively scan areas for methane or natural gas leaks, monitor the health of vast fields of crops or quickly sort plastics for recycling.
by Duke University
4.26.2017
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This enables the carbon balance to be displayed on digital maps, with an accuracy of up to ten metres.
by VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
4.26.2017
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Liquid crystals can be found in nature, such as in biological cell membranes.
by California Institute of Technology
4.24.2017
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Scientists have conducted quantum communication experiments for a long time.
by Vienna University of Technology
4.21.2017
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Those patients reported a 24 percent drop in pain scores after using the virtual reality goggles.
by Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
4.21.2017
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The new centers provide a diversity of computing architectures.
by Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
4.20.2017
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Quantum computers store and process information using individual photons, enabling dramatically greater computational power and energy efficiency.
4.20.2017
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The CCS software helps to reduce this complexity by exploiting classification criteria that are well defined, replicable and based on evidence rather than subjective assessment.
by Massachusetts General Hospital
4.19.2017
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A statistician and a computer scientist have been named co-leaders of Harvard’s new Data Science Initiative.
by Harvard Gazette
4.19.2017
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Robert W. Taylor, who was instrumental in creating the internet and the modern personal computer, has died.
by The Associated Press
4.17.2017
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Troves of genomic information, the rising use of electronic medical records, combined with new machine learning methods, allow researchers to process large amounts of data.
by Dimitris Bertsimas, MIT, The Conversation
4.17.2017
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The successful rendering of bacteriophage P22’s 3-D atomic-scale model allows researchers to peek inside the virus’ protein coats at resolution.
by Berkeley Lab
4.14.2017
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IBM’s cognitive IoT technologies are able to provide deep learning capabilities for sensor platform
by DCU
4.14.2017
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The Center for Genome Architecture is working closely with Mellanox to maximize their research capabilities with the VOLTRON high-performance computing system.
by IBM
4.13.2017
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Molecular Informatics aims to investigate and exploit the wide range of structural characteristics and properties of molecules to encode and manipulate data.
by DARPA
4.13.2017
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Trees and other plants, from towering redwoods to diminutive daisies, are nature’s hydraulic pumps.
by Jennifer Chu, MIT News Office
4.12.2017
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The transmission control protocol, or TCP, which manages traffic on the internet, was first proposed in 1974.
by Larry Hardesty, MIT News Office
4.12.2017
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Another advantage of using high-resolution spectrometers lies in the richness of the data.
by California Institute of Technology
4.10.2017
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The team conducted a study where they had 52 treatment-seeking participants with depression and 45 healthy control participants receive diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) MRI scans.
by Ryan Bushey, Digital Editor
4.10.2017
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HTS is preparing to launch the first industrial standard in conformal cooling with a series of products under its iTherm brand.
by DOE/ORNL
4.7.2017
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Two types of models have been added and updated as part of this release.
by Allen Institute
4.7.2017
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The AHA Precision Medicine Platform is the only resource of its kind focused on cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
by American Heart Association
4.6.2017
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The findings could affect the search for better thermoelectric materials, which can convert heat to electricity.
by David L. Chandler, MIT News Office
4.6.2017
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Researchers have long sought electrically conductive materials for economical energy-storage devices.
by Oak Ridge National Laboratory
4.5.2017
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The researchers placed the graphene on devices made of boron nitride, which is extremely flat and smooth.
by Kenny Walter, Digital Reporter
4.3.2017
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The clean room lights were turned off to inspect the telescope after it experienced vibration and acoustic testing.
by NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
3.31.2017
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The technology is a quantum key distribution system.
by The Optical Society
3.31.2017
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The two-year agreement, with an option to renew for a third year, takes effect April 1, 2017.
by SDSC
3.30.2017
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That first calving is made possible by the thinning of sea ice in warmer water, which reduces the ability of the mélange to act a bulwark against the glacier.
by California Institute of Technology
3.30.2017
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Titanium Control is a commercially deployable on-premise cloud infrastructure that virtualizes traditional physical subsystems using a platform based on open standards.
by Wind River
3.29.2017
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Participants will be selected by Virginia Tech and include experts in artificial intelligence, machine learning, optimization, and sampling.
by D-Wave Systems
3.29.2017
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The new capital will be used to scale the organization's engineering team and get the product in customers' hands.
3.27.2017
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Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer, with over 232,000 new cases and 55,000 deaths per year worldwide.
by The Optical Society
3.24.2017
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Scientists have revealed for the first time how immature mouse immune cells, called T cells, choose which type of skills they will develop to fight malaria infection.
by Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute
3.24.2017
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The Pu-238 is produced from neptunium-237 feedstock provided by Idaho National Laboratory.
by DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory
3.23.2017
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What makes poker much more challenging for artificial intelligence to master is that each player has asymmetrical information about the state of the game.
by American Association for the Advancement of Science
3.23.2017
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