Write Your Research provides practical resources for early-career researchers in the School of Technology, University of Cambridge. The resources were commissioned by the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology (CEB). Most of the resources were written by Anthony Haynes. 'Using social media' was written by Aoife Brophy Haney. 'Using bibliographic software' was written by Irenee…
Proceedings of the 1st Annual Conference on Robot Learning on 13-15 November 2017 Published as Volume 78 by the Proceedings of Machine Learning Research on 18 October 2017. Volume Edited by: Sergey Levine Vincent Vanhoucke Ken Goldberg Series Editors: Neil D. Lawrence Mark Reid
Precise control of thedistribution of specific proteins is essential for many biological processes. An LMU team has now described a new model for intracellular pattern formation. Here, the shape of the cell itself plays a ...
The formation of self-organizing molecular patterns in cells is a critical component of many biological processes. Researchers from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet (LMU) in Munich have proposed a new theory to explain how ...
Our bodies are biologically based and therefore are not equipped to communicate with electronics efficiently. New research could make it possible to genetically engineer our cells to be able to communicate with electronics. The development has the potential to allow us to eventually build apps that autonomously detect and treat disease.
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