To meet the increasing demand for better and superfast computing power, researchers have developed a novel approach that uses light pulses instead of electricity to dramatically boosts computer processing speeds.
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A new paper published last month in Bioinformatics has presented a new statistical tool that can map population data faster and more accurately than previously (1). The new software, called
Scientists have developed a new model to predict the impact of enhancing biological plant processes, such as photosynthesis, on large-scale crop yields. According to the new study, published on 8
Scientists from ETH Zurich have reported a bacterial genome created entirely by using a computer algorithm. The findings were published on 2 April in the Proceedings of the National Academy
Machine learning algorithms are designed to mimic neural networks of the human brain, but can the human brain think like a computer? According to a new study that appeared on
According to a new study published on 4 February in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the “metabolic age” of female brains are a few years younger than
Computer systems are becoming more and more embedded in everyday life. However, a new study, slated for publication in the April edition of the journal Computers and Human Behaviour, highlights
On 16 January, a Tel Aviv-based startup announced the launch of a new service called SeeTree that will provide farmers with important information on crops, including disease, irrigation, and fertility.
The gut is home to billions of bacteria, known as the microbiome, however, little is known about how this microbiome changes over time. An international team of researchers, led by
Computer vision and artificial intelligence are helping doctors diagnose rare disorders
A recent study published on 7 January in Nature Medicine has shown that a smartphone app called Face2Gene designed to help diagnose a range of rare genetic disorders by analysing