A team of Stanford University engineers has put a simple computer inside a living cell, where it could detect disease, warn of toxic threats and, where danger lurked, self-destruct rogue cells.
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ENGINEERS have built a camera using stretchable electronics that scans the world like a fly's compound eye.
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An emotional Phil Parkinson paid tribute to the 'outstanding' achievement of his Bradford City players in reaching the Capital One Cup final at Wembley during a heartfelt speech to the squad's families on Sunday night.
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Bradford City manager Phil Parkinson says the referee should not have sent goalkeeper Matt Duke off during their 5-0 defeat by Swansea in the League Cup final at Wembley.
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The Dutch Parkinson's Society released the video, called 'Worst Shake Ever', that shows society chairman Eric Roos shaking out of control in an office kitchen.
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Despite all that drug-enforcement agents and regulators are doing to fight prescription painkiller abuse, the most effective combatant might turn out to be a computer algorithm.
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The Aberdeen Area Parkinson's support group, led by Shauna Klipfel, director of Avera St. Luke's speech therapy, will meet from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. ThursdayMarch 14 at the Avera St. Luke's Education Center, 709 Sixth Ave. S.E.
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New drugs may improve quality of life for people with Parkinson's disease. Three studies released today present possible positive news for people with Parkinson's disease. Many Parkinson's disease sufferers wonder what to do when...
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“Work expands to fill the time available for its completion,” wrote Cyril Northcote Parkinson in 1955, and instantly created a whole new domain in the study of human affairs. “Parkinson’s Law” was one of the most profound insights of the past century, but he didn’t go far enough. There is ...
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The human eye certainly sees a lot, but it's not very good at detecting what researchers are calling the "invisible motion" all around us -- the way a baby's skin color shifts with each breath, for instance, or how a seemingly stationary crane is actually swaying wildly in the wind. But now there's an "app" for that, in the form of a computerized video system created by...
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