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  • How to keep your underwear clean in space

    keep your underwear clean in space Robot dispenses hugs on demand Short News How to keep your underwear clean in space biology iss research space Astronauts cannot do their laundry - and also have to share certain items of clothing with their

    How to keep your underwear clean in space
  • Surviving on Mars – thanks to cyanobacteria

    cyanobacteria An opportunity for sustainable urban development Short News Surviving on Mars – thanks to cyanobacteria biology mars research space space flight Cyanobacteria may be able to thrive even in the inhospitable conditions on Mars. They

    Surviving on Mars – thanks to cyanobacteria
  • Smartwatch activates insulin production

    Smartwatch activates insulin production Solar cells from the printer Short News Smartwatch activates insulin production biology medicine research technology ETH researchers have developed a method that could possibly replace insulin injections for

    Smartwatch activates insulin production
  • High melanin yield from the honey fungus

    to the voice in the head High melanin yield from the honey fungus Short News High melanin yield from the honey fungus biology empa laboratory melanin research Melanin is more valuable than gold. Researchers at Empa recently succeeded in

    High melanin yield from the honey fungus
  • “Quick eye” improved da Vinci’s sketches and paintings

    da Vinci’s sketches and paintings by sda Short News “Quick eye” improved da Vinci’s sketches and paintings art biology research According to a Swiss study, Leonardo da Vinci had superior vision, which allowed him to observe even the

    “Quick eye” improved da Vinci’s sketches and paintings
  • “Music makes me a better scientist”

    quite the contrary: It is ten o’clock in the morning, and Sabeti, a 44-year old Harvard Professor for Computational Biology and Evolutionary Genetics, has already spent several hours on her computer, emailing and meeting online with her

    “Music makes me a better scientist”
  • Self-optimizers or a benefit to society?

    “biohacking”. The article was about how an increasing number of amateur genetic researchers were using molecular biology and genetic engineering in their makeshift laboratories to meddle with the behavior of bacteria, modify genetic

    Self-optimizers or a benefit to society?
  • Scrubbers with an artificial brain

    to a multi-layered resolution matrix where each layer is fairly simple. These SNN “nervous systems”, inspired by biology, are computationally far more complex than CNNs, which makes them less popular for AI research. Izhikevich has a Master

    Scrubbers with an artificial brain
  • When AI creates art

    this interview comes to a conclusion. Bright is the mind of Daniel Bisig, who graduated with a doctorate in molecular biology, worked as a web designer for a while, and spent many years researching at the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory of the

    When AI creates art

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