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New software to help discover valuable compounds

Because the comparative metabolomics field lacks sophisticated data analysis tools that are available to genomics and proteomics researchers, metabolomics researchers spend a lot of time hunting for candidate compounds that could be useful as leads f.....»»

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New technique offers faster security for non-volatile memory tech

Researchers have developed a technique that leverages hardware and software to improve file system security for next-generation memory technologies called non-volatile memories (NVMs). The new encryption technique also permits faster performance than.....»»

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How to compete with robots

Roboticists and economists have developed a method for estimating the probability of jobs being automated by future intelligent robots and suggesting career transitions with lower risks and minimal retraining effort......»»

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DIY digital archaeology: New methods for visualizing small objects and artifacts

A new article presents step-by-step protocols for creating publishable 2D and 3D visualizations. The techniques will allow anyone to produce high-quality images and models with minimal effort and cost......»»

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Computing: Resilient system using only non-volatile memory

A research team has developed hardware and software technology that ensures both data and execution persistence. The Lightweight Persistence Centric System (LightPC) makes the systems resilient against power failures by utilizing only non-volatile me.....»»

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New open-source software automates RNA analysis to speed up research and drug development

'Pytheas' is an app created to identify and quantify modified RNA molecules more easily than ever......»»

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"Nanomagnetic" computing can provide low-energy AI

Researchers have shown it is possible to perform artificial intelligence using tiny nanomagnets that interact like neurons in the brain......»»

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New approach allows for faster ransomware detection

Engineering researchers have developed a new approach for implementing ransomware detection techniques, allowing them to detect a broad range of ransomware far more quickly than previous systems......»»

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Researchers develop algorithm to divvy up tasks for human-robot teams

Researchers have developed an algorithmic planner that helps delegate tasks to humans and robots. The planner, 'Act, Delegate or Learn' (ADL), considers a list of tasks and decides how best to assign them. The researchers asked three questions: When.....»»

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Faster computing results without fear of errors

A new technique can dramatically accelerate programs known as shell scripts, through a process called parallelization, while ensuring the programs return accurate results......»»

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Shedding light on linguistic diversity and its evolution

Scholars have created a new global repository of linguistic data. The project is designed to facilitate new insights into the evolution of words and sounds of the languages spoken across the world today. The Lexibank database contains standardized le.....»»

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A "wise counsel" for synthetic biology

Researchers develop user-friendly software system to optimize biological systems......»»

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Adolescent drug overdose deaths rose exponentially for the first time in history during the COVID pandemic

The rate of overdose deaths among U.S. teenagers nearly doubled in 2020, the first year of the COVID pandemic, and rose another 20% in the first half of 2021 compared with the 10 years before the pandemic, even as drug use remained generally stable d.....»»

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More than half of clinical trials do not report race/ethnicity data

A new study examined two decades worth of data from over 20,000 clinical trials and looked for changes over time. The team found that less than half of trials reported race/ethnicity data......»»

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Researchers have uncovered a regulator of body weight that could lead to new treatments for metabolic disorders

Scientists uncover key regulator of body weight. They have discovered that a protein known as augmentor-alpha regulates body weight in mice, an insight that could lead to new treatments for metabolic disorders......»»

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Microscaffolds: A new strategy in tissue engineering

A new strategy in tissue engineering has been developed: Tiny spherical microscaffolds are created in a high precision 3D printer. They are cultivated with living cells and then assembled. The cells keep multiplying, creating a tissue, the scaffolds.....»»

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Long-term in vivo imaging technique developed to better understand and treat spinal cord injury

A research team has developed an innovative technology for in vivo imaging of the important biological processes involved in the injury and repair of spinal cords, paving the way for a better understanding of the pathology and potential treatment of.....»»

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Engineering team develops new AI algorithms for high accuracy and cost effective medical image diagnostics

Medical imaging is an important part of modern healthcare, enhancing both the precision, reliability and development of treatment for various diseases. Artificial intelligence has also been widely used to further enhance the process. However, convent.....»»

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Ultrasound gave us our first baby pictures can it also help the blind see?

While there are no successful non-invasive therapeutics currently available for the treatment of vision loss, researchers at have come up with a new idea to address this growing problem. Currently, ophthalmologists use electronic technology to direct.....»»

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Sunscreen doesn’t protect as well as it could: Here is what is missing

A new article finds a strong link between the actions of free radicals and free iron in the skin -- a link that causes skin to age prematurely after exposure to the sun. The researchers have also identified antioxidants that can be added to skin prod.....»»

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