Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Microsoft patented AI to imitate your dead family

New paper says Black Holes could be as large as an entire galaxy

How blood stem cells maintain their lifelong potential for self-renewal

Researchers reveal recipe for engineering ribosomes

Genome-editing tool TALEN outperforms CRISPR-Cas9 in tightly packed DNA

Epigenetic mechanisms that regulate macrophage inflammation discovered

Monday, January 18, 2021

AI Machine Learning Used to Predict Psychosis

Friday, January 15, 2021

Anemone shows mechanism of rapid evolution

Targeting metabolism to influence aging

Bioactive lipids in antiviral immunity

Learning the language of viral evolution and escape

Eye membrane removal may help transplanted cells reverse glaucoma damage

"Spectacular" new species of orange bat discovered in West Africa

An Algorithm May Soon Help People Make Babies

A New Kind of Gene Editing Could Turn Back the Clock on a Rapid Aging Disease

New state of matter in one-dimensional quantum gas

Evolvable neural units that can mimic the brain's synaptic plasticity

An unexpected, and novel, target for prostate cancer—our biological clock

Model analyzes how viruses escape the immune system

How plants produce defensive toxins without harming themselves

Taking the lab into the ocean: A fleet of robots tracks and monitors microbial communities

Scientists Successfully Store Data Inside DNA of Living Bacteria

Wednesday, January 13, 2021

New A.I. hearing aid learns your listening preferences and makes adjustments

Octopus-like creatures inhabit Jupiter’s moon, claims space scientist

Two MIT students just solved Richard Feynman’s famed physics puzzle

Cancer cells hibernate to survive chemotherapy, finds study

The secret forces that squeeze and pull life into shape

A two-pronged attack on antibiotic-resistant microbes

Artificial intelligence accelerated by light

High-resolution 3D printing in seconds

Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Dendritic action potentials and computation in human layer 2/3 cortical neurons

Sensing bacterial communication

Advances in research on the most general type of stem cells

Unravelling the mystery that makes viruses infectious

Bacteria can tell the time

How mice feel each other's pain or fear

In First-of-Its-Kind Discovery, Scientists Confirm Bacteria Have a 24-Hour Body Clock

Research Says Alzheimer's Is Actually 3 Distinct Disease Subtypes

Cancer Cells Can Go Into Bear-Like Hibernation to Evade Chemotherapy

New class of antibiotics active against a wide range of bacteria

How our brains track where we and others go

New Study Images the Brain as It Loses Consciousness

Will Technology Lead to the Next Wave of Mental Health Treatment?

Beyond the Brain: How "Noncognitive" Skills Contribute to Educational Attainment

Which Came First: The Brain or Sleep?

Thursday, January 07, 2021

The case for psychometric artificial general intelligence

‘The game has changed.’ AI triumphs at solving protein structures

Scientists observe live cells responding to magnetic fields for first time

Heating cancer cells with magnetic nanoparticles can enhance chemotherapy

The First Pig-to-Human Organ Transplants Could Happen This Year

Comprehension of computer code relies primarily on domain-general executive brain regions

Why Do We Dream? A New Theory on How It Protects Our Brains

No link between playing video games and aggressive behavior

Study uses computer modelling to identify 'vulnerable sites' on coronavirus protein

Research team demonstrates world's fastest optical neuromorphic processor

Scientists capture the moving parts of the portal to the cell's nucleus

Cell biologists decipher signal that ensures no chromosome is left behind

Government facial recognition can identify 96 percent of masked people

Scientists are using bread as scaffold for human cells

World's tiniest 'christmas tree' is barely thicker than a DNA strand

For the first time, a restaurant is serving actual lab-grown meat

Artificial Intelligence Is Now Shockingly Good at Sounding Human

Is the Schrödinger Equation True?

Young Ravens Rival Adult Chimps in a Big Test of General Intelligence

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