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New kind of superresolution explores cell division
  1. New kind of superresolution explores cell division

    Interactions between structures at the nanoscale sync up with the way the whole cell contracts and expands during this vital process.

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  2. Nanobiotics: AI for discovering where and how nanoparticles bind with proteins

    A new tool in the fight against superbugs goes beyond protein folding simulations like AlphaFold, potentially revealing antibiotic candidates.

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  3. A brain game may predict your risk of infection

    When a person’s cognitive function is highly variable, they’re likely to be more infectious and have more symptoms after exposure to a respiratory virus.

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  4. New non-invasive optical imaging approach for monitoring brain health could improve outcomes for traumatic brain injury patients

    The SCISCCO system could better monitor brain and organ metabolism, helping to diagnose concussions, monitor cerebral metabolism in traumatic brain injury patients, and gauge the response of organs to treatments in an operating or emergency room scenario.

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  5. Best paper for a low-power ADC circuit for brain-machine interface applications

    Euisik Yoon’s team, led by Sungjin Oh, developed a low-power neural recording front-end circuit to interface with state-of-the-art neural probes.

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  6. A view into what’s really happening during gene editing for Precision CRISPR

    Prof. Somin Lee and her research group developed a way to reduce trial and error in gene editing by getting a look at the process in real time

  7. Next generation neural probe leads to expanded understanding of the brain

    The hectoSTAR probe, with 128 stimulating micro-LEDs and 256 recording electrodes integrated in the same neural probe, was designed for some stellar brain mapping projects

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  8. Designing Synthetic Human Gut Microbiome with AI

    Prof. Al Hero was interviewed and gave a presentation about his research using machine learning to improve our understanding of the human gut

  9. Machine learning begins to understand the human gut

    The new computer model accurately predicts the behavior of millions of microbial communities from hundreds of experiments, an advance toward precision medicine.

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  10. ECE alum Mihir Sheth receives Young Innovator Award from Innovate UK for making a medical device that weans patients off ventilators quicker

    Sheth is the co-founder of Inspiritus Health and has developed a simple to use, non-invasive medical device that keeps patients’ muscles engaged when they are on a ventilator to prevent muscle atrophy.