Data & Analytics By 03/25/15 Duke University held ASA DataFest 2015 March 22-24, 2015. It was the university's fourth-annual 48-hour statistics and data analysis competition. More than 220 students from multiple universities and a variety of ... Campus Technology, 5 days ago
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The Ragin' Cajuns baseball team will write the next chapter in the rivalry between Louisiana State University on March 31 at the Wally Pontiff Classic in Metairie. The rivalry between the Cajuns and Tigers has seen some matchups across sports in ...Individual.com, 6 days ago
A Duke University study has found that positive and negative frame of mind make a big difference for chimpanzees and bonobos too just as they do for humans. People prefer something more when its positive attributes are accentuated than when its negative ...Business Standard, 1 month ago
The study conducted at Duke University reports a correlation between how a college student's brain responds to photos of angry or fearful faces and their ability to recover from breakups or financial emergencies months or years in the future. Dr. Johnna ...Business Standard, 1 month ago Predicting Depression, Anxiety in Advance With Brain's Response to Angry Faces Med India, 1 month ago
A new software has predicted MRSA's response to new drug before it is tested on patients.Researchers at Duke University used software they developed to predict a constantly-evolving infectious bacterium's countermoves to one of these new drugs ahead ...Business Standard, 2 months ago Software predicts bacteria's response to new drugs Business Standard, 2 months ago
In what's being hailed as a medical first, researchers at Duke University announced this week that they had bioengineered human skeletal muscle tissue capable of contracting like the real thing. The scientists said the lab-grown tissue could become a powerful ...Huffington Post, 2 months ago Scientists Develop First Ever Laboratory-grown Contracting Human Skeletal Muscle Med India, 2 months ago Scientists develop first ever 'contracting human muscle' in laboratory Business Standard, 2 months ago
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