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NewsGuard is evaluating news sources

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A start-up called NewsGuard is evaluating and rating the reliability of thousands of news sources. And it wants to sell this data to tech giants like Facebook (FB) and Twitter. (TWTR) The stated goal: To...
Arterys Receives FDA Clearance for Liver AI and Lung AI Lesion Spotting Software

Arterys Receives FDA Clearance for Liver AI and Lung AI Lesion Spotting Software

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Liver AI and Lung AI Lesion Spotting Software Liver AI and Lung AI Lesion Spotting Software aids in finding lesions within CT images of the lungs (Lung AI) and in both CT and MRI when assessing...
National Institute of Genetics: A new function of rDNA

National Institute of Genetics: A new function of rDNAs

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A new function of rDNAs to compact bacterial chromosome Condensins load onto DNA to organize chromosome. Smc-ScpAB clearly loads onto the parS sites bound by Spo0J, but other loading sites(s) must operate independently of parS. In this study,...

Interview: Ian Mckee

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Interview: Ian Mckee with ComingTechs Newsdesk: Please tell us something about yourself . Ian Mckee: Born in the UK, Did Engineering+ Economics at University. Joined Sun Microsystems as a tech person. Became their evangelist for AI. Moved into...
Interview: Dr Benjamin Cheah Tien Eang

Interview: Dr Benjamin Cheah Tien Eang

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Interview: Dr Benjamin Cheah Tien Eang with ComingTechs Newsdesk: Please tell us something about yourself. Dr Benjamin: I am a consultant physician sub-specializing in rheumatology. I spent 10 years under the Ministry of Health before moving into...
Interview: Anmol Mohan with ComingTechs

Interview: Anmol Mohan

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Anmol Mohan Currently based in Singapore, Anmol is the Chief Executive Officer of Tuple Technologies. Anmol brings to the table 8+ years of experience in Data Mining, Pattern Recognition, and Machine Learning. Throughout his career,...
JAXA | Detection of nanoflare-heated plasma in the solar corona

JAXA | Detection of nanoflare-heated plasma in the solar corona

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JAXA | Detection of nanoflare-heated plasma in the solar corona An international research team led by Dr. Shin-nosuke Ishikawa (Project research fellow of JAXA) succeeded in detecting the subtle signs of nanoflares (tiny flares) in...
Interview: Guillaume Panot

Interview: Guillaume Panot

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Interview: Guillaume Panot with ComingTechs Newsdesk: Tell us about you. Where you grew up and your education? Guillaume: My name is Guillaume (Giom) and I leave in Singapore for more than 9 years. My first job in...
The diary of the Higashi-Hakura family

National Institute of Polar Research: Graphical evidence of extreme magnetic storm

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Japanese researchers combine historic accounts of a rare red aurora with modern methods to describe an extreme magnetic storm over Kyoto in the 18th century. Researchers used historic accounts of a rare red aurora over...
Dr. Josh Luke:

Interview: Dr. Josh Luke

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Dr. Josh Luke   Josh Luke, Ph.D., is an international motivational speaker well known for his informative, humorous, motivational and educational presentations, the most recent presentation titled “My Miracle Story. What’s yours?”  Luke shares the story...