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Fusion Antibodies makes £1.1m loss as it restructures business

The Irish Times 05 Dec 2022
Fusion Antibodies specialises in ... Fusion Antibodies, the Belfast-based contract research firm, made a loss of £1.1 million (€1.3 million) for the six months to the end of September as it attempts to restructure the business.
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Sperm protein could be used for treating infertility, joint Israel-Japan study finds

The Jerusalem Post 05 Dec 2022
Researchers at the Technion, in collaboration with researchers at Nagoya and Tokyo Universities, have just published their findings in The Journal of Cell Biology under the title “A novel function for the sperm adhesion protein IZUMO1 in cell-cell fusion.” . The study on mice was led by Technion biology researchers Prof.
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Safdarjung reports cyber attack, no serious damage

Hindustan Times 02 Dec 2022
The disclosure comes as the nearby AIIMS hospital, the country’s foremost government hospital and medical research centre, remained offline for the eleventh day after a ransomware attack locked, and possibly stole, medical records and knocked out the main hospital management software.
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Why Silicon Valley Is So Hot on Nuclear Energy and What It Means for the Industry

NBC Bay Area 02 Dec 2022
Chart courtesy Pitchbook.Pitchbook's private investment data for nuclear technology data includes both fusion and fission ... Some venture capitalists are especially excited about fusion ... Similarly, fusion startups say they will generate energy much faster than government research projects like ITER, which has already been in progress since 2007.
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Fusion power is 'approaching' reality thanks to a magnetic field breakthrough

Yahoo Daily News 01 Dec 2022
As Motherboard reports, researchers at the Energy Department's Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have discovered that a new magnetic field setup more than tripled the energy output of the fusion reaction hotspot in experiments, "approaching" the level required for self-sustaining ignition in plasmas.
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Integrated platform promises to accelerate drug discovery process

Phys Dot Org 01 Dec 2022
The researchers used a bioinformatic method called Similarity Network Fusion (SNF), developed for integrating complex datasets, to combine data from two natural product screening platforms their labs had developed ... The researchers used the CP and FUSION technologies to screen ...
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Day 9 of AIIMS server outage: OPD treatments crawl at 10% of capacity

Hindustan Times 01 Dec 2022
On the morning of November 23, the systems at AIIMS and its centres were corrupted by the cyber attack, which wiped outpatient and research data from its primary and backup servers. The Delhi Police’s Intelligence Fusion and Strategic Operations (IFSO) cell filed an FIR invoking ...
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Novel Antibody Therapies Market, 2035 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

The Galveston Daily News 01 Dec 2022
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Machine learning fusion prototype could potentially help detect ovarian cancer

Interesting Engineering 30 Nov 2022
Louis’ McKelvey School of Engineering, and her research team have developed a new machine learning (ML) fusion model that uses existing ultrasound features of ovarian lesions to train and ‘teach’ the model to recognize whether a lesion is benign or cancerous ... Yun Zou, a researcher ...
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Scientists use quantum computing to create glass that cuts the need for AC by a third

Popular Science 30 Nov 2022
Two researchers at the University of Notre Dame in collaboration with South Korea’s Kyung Hee University recently utilized quantum ... This hypothetically gives scientists a massive advantage in numerous fields, such as natural science simulations and nuclear fusion research.
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Britain’s empire of science

New Statesman 30 Nov 2022
The role of technoscience – the fusion of scientific research and its technological applications – in driving social change, for good or ill, is central to thinking about the future ... The fusion of science fiction and scientific extrapolation continues to play a vital role in shaping visions of the future.
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Climate summit hypocrisy for the world's poor nations, by Bjorn Lomborg

Atlantic City 30 Nov 2022
Bjorn Lomborg InsideSources.com ... This month’s U.N ... People are also reading… ... Holy Spirit A rough ride for Atlantic City ... To solve global warming, rich countries must invest much more in research and development on better green technologies, from fusion, fission and second-generation biofuels to solar and wind with massive batteries ... .
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Scientists revived a 48,500-year-old "zombie virus" from the Siberian permafrost

Interesting Engineering 29 Nov 2022
Researchers have resurrected a 48,500-year-old zombie virus that had remained dormant in Siberian permafrost, making it the most ancient virus that has been revived so far ... In a study, which has yet to be peer-reviewed, researchers from the French National Center for Scientific Research examined ancient samples collected from permafrost in Siberia.
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Why researchers are teaching AI to play Minecraft

Popular Science 28 Nov 2022
Although many years away, previous reinforcement learning accomplishments such as aiding in nuclear fusion research and self-driving advancements could potentially benefit from additional support from imitation learning gains first on display via video games like Minecraft.

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