New software may help neuropathic patients access clinical data on their own smartphones
Time of Update: 2022-02-19
The new study, led by Hopkins, sought to find out whether pose estimation software developed by the research team could track human movements as accurately as manual, frame-by-frame visual inspections of video recordings of patients' movements .
Cell: Biofilms are more complex than we thought
Time of Update: 2022-01-26
Biological sciences graduate student Kwang-Tao Chou, former biological sciences graduate student Daisy Lee, Süel, and their colleagues found that biofilm cells are organized in complex patterns, a feature previously associated only with plants and animals, among others.
The origin of the fairy circle: the Euphorbia hypothesis was overturned
Time of Update: 2021-08-10
OUML University’s Department of Ecology; Tingen concluded: “When Theron published his original Euphorbia hypothesis more than 40 years ago, he was a pioneer in fairy circle research: almost I don’t know anything about them .
New nanomaterials for radiotherapy "double sensitivity
Time of Update: 2021-02-15
The team of Professor Chen Xiuxuan of Harbin Medical University's affiliated oncology hospital, in cooperation with experts such as Meng Xianwei of the Institute of Science and Technology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, designed a multi-functional and biodegradable nanomaterial that effectively inhibited the expression of carbonate enzyme 9 in tumor cells, and achieved the effect of inhibiting hypoxia in tumor cells; The research paper was recently published in the journal Nano, sponsored by the American Chemical Society.