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Biology, Computer Science, Gene Expression

Novel Computational Biology Model Accurately Describes Dynamics of Gene Expression


Using a simple analytical framework for random events within a predictable system, computational biologists have found a new way to accurately model certain forms of gene expression, including the body's 24-hour internal clock. This new approach of applying a piecewise deterministic Markov process (PDMP) to gene expression could inform possible design principles for synthetic biologists




Teaching, teaching code, Computer Science, Computer Programming, Children, Engineering, Scratch instruction, coding program, Elementary Education, Computational, Computational Approach

Wichita State University Teaching Code to Elementary Students to Fill Coder Pipeline


With job openings exceeding qualified applicants by a ratio of 10:1, Kansas employers have an urgent, unmet demand for employees with computer programming skills. In response, the Wichita State University College of Engineering is working to introduce children to coding early.



Decision Making, Coast Guard, DHS, S&T, R&D, Data Analysis, Analytics

How Coast Guard Response Is Benefitting from S&T’s University Partnerships


Using this visual, user-centered platform, USCG decision makers could spot the stations most capable of responding to the disaster and helped prioritize the restoration of stations in need of repair.



3D printing, 4d printing, Technology, Engineering, Hydrogel, Medicine, Health, soft robots, Drug Delivery, Drugs, Pharmaceuticals, Tissues, Sensors, Actuators, Biomedical Devices, Platforms, Scaffolds, smart gel, smart materials , Lithography, Organs, Rutgers University-New Brunswick, Rutgers, Rutgers School of Engineering, New Jersey, NJ

Rutgers Engineers 3D Print Shape-Shifting Smart Gel


Rutgers engineers have invented a “4D printing” method for a smart gel that could lead to the development of “living” structures in human organs and tissues, soft robots and targeted drug delivery.



Scientists Join International Research Team in Discovery That Could Improve HD TV


Scientists at Queen’s University Belfast have been working as part of an international team to develop a new process, which could lead to a new generation of high-definition (HD), paving the way for brighter, lighter and more energy efficient TVs and smart devices.



Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley Lab, LBNL, National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center, NERSC, Nuclear, Nuclear Physics, Nuclear Science, Physics, quark gluon plasma, quantum chromodynamics, QCD, Big Bang, RHIC, Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider, cern, Large Haldron Collider, LHC

Applying Machine Learning to the Universe’s Mysteries


Berkeley Lab physicists and their collaborators have demonstrated that computers are ready to tackle the universe’s greatest mysteries – they used neural networks to perform a deep dive into data simulating the subatomic particle soup that may have existed just microseconds after the big bang.


Law and Public Policy


5G technology, 5G, Telecommunication, FCC, Government

How Likely Is Nationalized 5G? Not Very




Cybersecurity and Innovatoin, blockchain, blockchain software, blockchain technology, cybersceurity

Berkeley Lab Researchers Contribute to Making Blockchains Even More Robust


In the last few years, researchers at Berkeley Lab, UC Davis and University of Stavanger in Norway have developed a new protocol, called BChain, which makes private blockchain even more robust. The researchers are also working with colleagues at Berkeley Lab and beyond to adapt this tool to support applications that are of strategic importance to the Department of Energy’s Office of Science.




Photodynamic Therapy, wireless power, bioelectronics, Phototherapy

NUS Researchers Develop Wireless Light Switch for Targeted Cancer Therapy


A team of scientists from the National University of Singapore has developed a way to wirelessly deliver light into deep regions of the body to activate light-sensitive drugs for photodynamic therapy (PDT). This technology could potentially enable PDT to be used to treat a wider range of cancers, such as brain and liver cancer.



Big Data, Network Behavior, HPC, Supercomputers, LHC Computing Grid, Science Research

Networking, Data Experts Design a Better Portal for Scientific Discovery


A team of networking experts from the Department of Energy’s Energy Sciences Network (ESnet), with the Globus team from the University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory, have designed a new approach that makes data sharing faster, more reliable and more secure.

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