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Graphene device monitors blood pressure continuously
C&EN | June 24, 2022

A new blood pressure monitoring device made from graphene could help people keep better track of their cardiovascular health. The array of stick-on gr...

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Science behind Netflix's algorithm could help doctors cure cancer
KNX News | June 20, 2022

When you watch a movie or television show on Netflix, you will receive a bevy of suggestions from the streaming platform of programs you might enjoy b...

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Cancer specialists turning to same artificial intelligence programs used by Netflix
Study Finds | June 17, 2022

The same algorithms that figure out your viewing habits on Netflix could soon create a treatment plan for cancer. Scientists have created a machine le...

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AI algorithm finding similar...cancer recommendations?
Cosmos | June 17, 2022

An international team of researchers have used AI to map signals across the entire genome that herald the beginnings of cancer. The researchers, who s...

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Netflix algorithm could help doctors treat cancer: research
New York Post | June 16, 2022

Just like a list of personalized TV shows and movies recommendations, the future of cancer treatment could be customized. Researchers have created a n...

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Netflix-style algorithm could help guide cancer treatments, study suggests
Yahoo! news | June 15, 2022

The science behind Netflix viewing habits could soon be used to guide doctors in managing cancer, scientists suggest. "Just as Netflix can predic...

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How science behind your Netflix algorithm could help doctors treat your CANCER
Daily Mail | June 15, 2022

Cancer treatment in the future could revolve around a Netflix-style algorithm, say scientists. In order to make personalised film and TV series recomm...

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Pan-Cancer Analyses Reveal Copy Number Signatures, Chromosomal Instability Patterns
Genome Web | June 15, 2022

For a pair of new studies, independent research teams have documented several copy number signatures across cancer types, including informative signat...

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An ultra-thin, flexible probe that can record and stimulate neurons in the brains of mice
Cosmos | June 13, 2022

Researchers have designed an ultra-thin, flexible and minimally invasive neural probe that is capable of not only recording neural activity, but also ...

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Multi-tasking microneedle sensor tracks glucose, alcohol and lactate levels in real time
Physics World | June 13, 2022

Wearable sensors that monitor biomarkers in biofluid just under the surface of the skin--wirelessly, painlessly and in real-time--could be of wide med...

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Batteries built with bumpy components work better in the freezing cold
New Scientist | June 8, 2022

Lithium-ion batteries often lose their charge at sub-zero temperatures, but a design incorporating bumps into one of the main components makes them wo...

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A New Kind of Genome Editing Is Here to Fine-Tune DNA
WIRED | June 6, 2022

You've likely heard of Crispr gene editing--the molecular scissors that allow scientists to make targeted changes to an organism's DNA. But there are ...

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