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Finding New Ways to Analyze the Microbiome by Leslie Mertz

Finding New Ways to Analyze the Microbiome

Finding New Ways to Analyze the Microbiome 768 432 IEEE Pulse
The gut microbiome is a key contributor to human health, but untangling how this happens is still a challenge. Bioinformatics, software, and machine learning could help. read more
Comprehensive Database and Machine Learning Put Focus on Gut Microbiome by Leslie Mertz

Comprehensive Database and Machine Learning Put Focus on Gut Microbiome

Comprehensive Database and Machine Learning Put Focus on Gut Microbiome 768 432 IEEE Pulse
A technology company in Gaithersburg, MD, USA, has developed a three-pronged approach to help researchers analyze microbiome samples. read more
Antibody Patent Evolution by Theodore W. Teng, Aaron S. Kesselheim, and S. Sean Tu

Antibody Patent Evolution

Antibody Patent Evolution 768 432 IEEE Pulse
The production of antibodies for therapeutic use in clinical medicine has become a focus of the biotechnology industry. read more

Continue Learning and Do No Harm

Continue Learning and Do No Harm 150 150 IEEE Pulse
In this issue of IEEE Pulse, we explore the human interface of the microscopic with global systems. read more

Veterans’ Unlikely Stories

Veterans’ Unlikely Stories 150 150 IEEE Pulse
Tom Keating spent a tour in the U.S. Army in Vietnam in 1969–1970, returned home, and said very little to others about his experiences over there. read more
Global Virus Variant

Better Tech for Detecting COVID-19

Author(s): Leslie Mertz
Better Tech for Detecting COVID-19 768 432 IEEE Pulse

Author(s): Leslie Mertz New virus detectors using LAMP, fitness trackers, and air samplers offer faster, cheaper, yet reliable options now and for the next pandemic Earlier, better detection of SARS-CoV-2 infection…

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Phage infecting bacteria close-up

Leveraging Bacteriophages in Vaccine Development

Leveraging Bacteriophages in Vaccine Development 768 432 IEEE Pulse

It’s a bacteriophage’s world; we’re just living in it Bacteriophages, or phages for short, are viruses that specifically infect bacterial cells. Their name is derived from Greek for “bacteria eater”…

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Protecting world from Coronavirus COVID 19

Has COVID Taught Us to be Better Prepared for the Next Pandemic?

Has COVID Taught Us to be Better Prepared for the Next Pandemic? 768 432 IEEE Pulse

Although it is too soon to say we have reached the end of the COVID-19 pandemic, scientists, politicians, and ordinary citizens are looking to the future and asking the same…

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Bacteria virus coronavirus 2019-nCoV

COVID-19 in Animals: What to Fear and What to Learn

COVID-19 in Animals: What to Fear and What to Learn 768 432 IEEE Pulse

While COVID-19 has been racing through much of the human population, the SARS-CoV-2 virus has also turned up in other mammals. This leads to many questions: Might these animals serve…

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