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April 29, 2016
This week in science, scientists create a “semantic system” map of the cerebral cortex, brainless slime that predates humans by 500 million years can “learn” to avoid toxic stimuli, and researchers decipher previously uninterpreted correspondence between brain regions.
April 27, 2016
Last week, as the American Association for Cancer Research's (AACR) Annual Meeting wound down in New Orleans, a new era in cancer research was just beginning. In the final moments of the meeting, during the "Highlights 2016: Vision for the Future" Plenary Session, Vice President Joe Biden spoke to the audience of global cancer investigators about the changes required to make the cancer "moonshot" a reality.
April 22, 2016
CRISPR DNA-editing with single-letter precision? A deep-learning AI giving ultrafast cancer screenings? An LED display implanted on your skin? This week in science, you’d be forgiven for asking what year it is!