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The model was calibrated on a dataset of zebrafish swimming in 3D acquired by Porfiri's group through a novel tracking framework.
by NYU Tandon School of Engineering
1.20.2017
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The bioreactors of the future are water droplets with culture medium suspended in a carrier liquid with which they are immiscible (usually this is oil).
by Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences
1.19.2017
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Device makers simply design a standard Intel Compute Card slot into their device and then utilize the best Intel Compute Card for their performance and price needs.
by Intel
1.19.2017
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Originally found as part of the immune system of the Streptococcus pyogenes bacteria, CRISPR associated protein 9 (CAS9), in its native state, recognizes foreign DNA sequences and disables them.
by University of Texas at Austin, Texas Advanced Computing Center
1.18.2017
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The complexity of neural networks makes them difficult to analyze, but manmade computing systems should be simpler to understand
by PLOS
1.18.2017
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Smartphones, tablets and similar devices could soon have a safer power source.
by Ryan Bushey, Digital Editor
1.18.2017
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The healthcare industry forecasts that our wellbeing in the future will be monitored by wearable wirelessly networked sensors.
by KAUST
1.13.2017
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A team of international scientists have found a way to make memory chips perform computing tasks.
by Nanyang Technological University
1.13.2017
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A team of researchers developed a way to manufacture microscale-sized machines from biomaterials that can safely be implanted in the body.
by Columbia University School of Engineering
1.12.2017
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The flat-screen TV on your living room wall could soon be remotely charging any device within its line of sight. Well, not your actual TV, but a device that is similar in size and shape.
by Duke University
1.12.2017
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Living trees can rot from the inside out, leaving only a hollowed trunk.
by Botanical Society of America
1.11.2017
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More accurate sampling methods can ultimately help improve scientists’ understanding of whole ecosystem structure and function, and to understand how plants respond to factors such as climate change.
by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
1.11.2017
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Intel is inventing foundational technologies for amazing new experiences from merged reality to 5G communications and from autonomous driving to artificial intelligence.
by Intel
1.9.2017
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Memory chips are among the most basic components in computers.
by Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf
1.9.2017
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Powerful solar storms can charge up the soil in frigid, permanently shadowed regions near the lunar poles, and may possibly produce "sparks" that could vaporize and melt the soil.
by NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
1.9.2017
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Imagine a dim light which is insufficiently bright enough to illuminate a room.
by Singapore University of Technology and Design
1.9.2017
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The goal of this database is not only to store the data but to make the data widely available and usable.
by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
1.9.2017
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Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) technologies and techniques have improved the productivity and accuracy of DNA sequencers.
by Ken Strandberg
1.3.2017
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Searching for recurring patterns in network systems has become a fundamental part of research and discovery in fields as diverse as biology and social media.
by KAUST
1.3.2017
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The team is now working to further extend the technology by including molecular transport, which is rarely simulated by the conventional models.
by World Scientific
1.3.2017
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Microfluidic platforms have revolutionized medical diagnostics in recent years.
by Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University
1.3.2017
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The research represents a more than five-year effort to build a robust capability for an electron to talk to a photon.
by Princeton University
1.3.2017
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Missions at sea, in mountainous regions or close to skyscrapers are extremely risky for helicopter pilots.
by Technical University of Munich
1.3.2017
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Controls engineers at UC San Diego have developed practical strategies for building and coordinating scores of sensor-laden balloons within hurricanes.
by UC San Diego
1.3.2017
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The growing competitiveness of China and shifting political landscapes mean that 2017 holds some uncertainties for supercomputing.
by Barry Bolding, Chief Strategy Officer, Cray
12.21.2016
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The JILA clock has several features that make it a good mimic for crystalline solids.
by NIST
12.21.2016
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Live imaging of cells is a very powerful tool for the study of cells, to learn about how cells respond to different treatments such as drugs or toxins.
by Uppsala University
12.21.2016
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Researchers have developed a new type of light-enhancing optical cavity that is only 200 nanometers tall and 100 nanometers across.
by The Optical Society
12.21.2016
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The generation of fusion energy utilizes the fusion reaction that occurs inside a high-temperature plasma.
by National Institutes of Natural Sciences
12.21.2016
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The breakthrough work takes a step toward more compact and efficient power electronics.
by Sandia National Laboratories
12.21.2016
1:54pm
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Archaeologists are at the helm of new research using sophisticated computer technology to learn how past societies responded to climate change.
by Washington State University
12.21.2016
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Calculations become lot easier if they involve a lot of multiplication by and addition of zero.
by Larry Hardesty, MIT News Office
12.19.2016
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Technology advancements have fueled the development of new sequencing applications and will flood current databases with raw data.
by Los Alamos National Laboratory
12.19.2016
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Companies can now test self-driving cars on Michigan public roads without a driver or steering wheel under new laws that could push the state to the forefront of autonomous vehicle development.
by Tom Krisher, AP Auto Writer
12.19.2016
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An international team of scientists has succeeded in making further improvements to the lifetime of superconducting quantum circuits.
by Forschungszentrum Juelich
12.19.2016
10:17am
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Neutron scattering studies of a rare earth metal oxide have identified fundamental pieces to the quantum spin liquid puzzle.
by DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory
12.19.2016
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The recent research involved flying NASA's unmanned Global Hawk planes above hurricanes -- more than 60,000 feet in the air -- and deploying sensor-laden dropsondes.
by Office of Naval Research
12.19.2016
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The researchers believe they are the first to rewrite a waveguide.
by University of Texas at Austin
12.19.2016
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Haptic interfaces have been readily adopted because of their intuitive ease of use and convenience.
by International Union of Crystallography
12.12.2016
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In science, sometimes the best discoveries come when you're exploring something else entirely.
by NIST
12.12.2016
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