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SPECIAL BROADCAST: Single Cell Biophysics meeting in Taipei

This week, me and a couple of others blogged for the biophysical society from the Single Cell Biophysics meeting in Taipei. Here’s a run down, with links to the blogs:

The first section was about imaging techniques, including structured illumination from Suliana Manley in bacteria, and full automation of super resolution/single molecule microscopy from Masahiro Ueda. Read all about it!

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Top Three of the Week

The top three news stories of the week, as chosen by our resident students. This week’s top stories are removing the sweetness of cancer, radioactive-resistant robot fish, and a new way to tan.

Article written by Willow Hight-Warburton.

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Top Three of the Week

The top three news stories of the week, as chosen by our resident students. This week’s top stories are seeing through the womb, new magnets, and toothy dinos.

Article written by Thomas Hayday

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Top Three of the Week

The top three news stories of the week, as chosen by our resident students. This week’s top stories are dolphin immune systems, giant whales, and space sperm.

Article written by Federico Dona

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Top Three of the Week

The top three news stories of the week, as chosen by our resident students. This week’s top stories are making platelets, sound from fabrics, and angry flies.

Article written by Brooke Lumicisi

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Top Three of the Week

The top three news stories of the week, as chosen by our resident students. This week’s top stories are immune cell heart beats, printing glass, and meteor showers.

Article written by Victoria Swann

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Top Three of the Week

 

The top three news stories of the week, as chosen by our resident students. This week’s top stories are AI bias, odour nostalgia, and tying your shoelaces.

Article written by Justin Aluko.

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Microdevice sheds new light on cells ability respond to mechanical stress

Chagnon-Lasard, with a team from the University of Ottawa, have developed a new microdevice that applies force gradients to cells. With the device, they have shown that the cellular cytoskeleton can not only sense differences in strain forces being applied over an area, it will actually realign itself in the direction of least stress.

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Top Three of the Week

The top three news stories of the week, as chosen by our resident students. This week’s top stories are running on empty, double memory, and stellar collisions.

Article written by Rosie Pike.

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