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Chinese, Japanese archeologists restore millennia-old iron-smelting techniques
Chinese and Japanese archeologists have successfully restored the iron-smelting techniques that date back about two millennia.
New techniques let scientists zero in on individual cells
Until recently, trying to study key traits of cells from people and other animals often meant analyzing bulk samples of tissue, producing a mushed-up average of results from many cell types. It was like trying to learn about a banana by studying a strawberry-blueberry-orange-banana smoothie.
Can you spot the real Shakespearean sonnet?
Researchers at International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) created a sonnet writing AI that they hope will one day write a perfect Shakespearean sonnet.
More premature births, C-sections in assisted reproductive techniques cases
Around 76.23 percent of the 113 couples surveyed in Mumbai, who conceived through assisted reproductive techniques (ART) had pre-term deliveries. Also, the rate of Caesarean-section deliveries among these couples was 98 percent, showed a pilot study undertaken by National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health (NIRRH), a branch of Indian Council of Medical Research.
Computer vision techniques highlight urban change
MIT researchers are using a computer vision system to quantify the physical improvement or deterioration of neighborhoods in five US cities.
New, old techniques combine to create faster medical tests
Researchers at the University of Central Florida have developed a nanotechnology that could lead to faster test results for infectious diseases like HIV or Lyme disease.
New blending techniques helps cancer diagnosis, treatment
Vanderbilt University researchers have achieved the first "image fusion" of mass spectrometry and microscopy, a technical tour de force that could, among other things, dramatically improve the diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
New techniques outline tumor location in brain
Brain tumors are notoriously tricky for surgeons, who may leave too much cancerous tissue behind or cut into vital, healthy brain tissue.

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