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Engineers place molecule-scale devices in precise orientation
A technique for controlling the orientation of manufactured DNA shapes now removes one of the last barriers for the combination of molecular devices with conventional semiconductor chips. more...
Mathematical modeling to identify factors that determine adaptive therapy success
Researchers report results from their study using mathematical modeling to show that cell turnover impacts drug resistance and is an important factor that governs the success of adaptive therapy. more...
Mathematical modeling suggests kids half as susceptible to COVID-19 as adults
A new computational analysis suggests that people under the age of 20 are about half as susceptible to COVID-19 infection as adults, and they are less likely to infect others. more...
Computational medicine: Moving from uncertainty to precision
An innovative partnership takes aim at medicine down to the individual level by applying state-of-the-art computation to medical care. more...
Placing cosmological constraints on quantum gravity phenomenology
Researchers have used well-established cosmological observations to place tighter constraints on the quadratic model of the Generalized Uncertainty Principle, while discrediting the linear model. more...
The Ramanujan Machine: Researchers develop 'conjecture generator'
Using AI and computer automation, researchers have developed a 'conjecture generator' that creates mathematical conjectures, which are considered to be the starting point for developing mathematical theorems. more...
State-funded pre-K may enhance math achievement
Students who attend the Georgia Prekindergarten Program are more likely to achieve in mathematics than those who do not attend pre-K, according to a new study. more...
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