Google Neural Network Can Predict Your Health Status From Your Retina  [LINK]
This data may even be enough to determine when someone is at high risk of a heart attack. The post Google Neural Network Can Predict Your Health Status From Your Retina appeared first on ExtremeTech.... [Read More]
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Chinese Space Station Will Crash to Earth in March  [LINK]
There is some concern that pieces of the 9.4-ton station will reach Earth's surface, but you probably don't need to fret -- the odds of it causing damage are remote. The post Chinese Space Station Will Crash to Earth in March appeared first on Extrem... [Read More]
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When all the world's a toaster, according to tricked AI  [LINK]
Image recognition technology can be duped by psychedelic stickers created by a Google team. [Read More]
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Psychology Alumnus Awarded Bronze Medal for Dissertation  [LINK]
William Aue G’14, who earned a Ph.D. from the Department of Psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been awarded a bronze medal for the James McKeen Cattell Dissertation Award for his dissertation, “Understanding Proactive Facilitation in Cued Recall.” William Aue In a continuing effort to encourage and recognize high standards of dissertation research, the Psychology... [Read More]
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Chemist Selected as Research Ambassador by German Academic Exchange Service  [LINK]
Ivan Korendovych A chemist in the College of Arts and Sciences has been selected to serve as a science ambassador for a prestigious international exchange organization. Ivan Korendovych, associate professor of chemistry, was named a DAAD Research Ambassador for 2017-18. DAAD, Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst, or German Academic Exchange Service, promotes international cooperation in science ... [Read More]
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Syracuse University Research Team Advances to Genius NY Competition Finals  [LINK]
A project being developed by College of Engineering & Computer Science Professor Utpal Roy and Ph.D. student Yunpeng Li is one of six finalists in the Genius NY 2018 Competition. The Genius NY program is the world’s largest business competition for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), and drew 250 entries from all around the world. A project being developed by College of Engineering &am... [Read More]
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50 years ago, Stanford heart doctors made history  [LINK]
On Jan. 6, 1968, as Stanford surgeon Norman Shumway performed the first U.S. adult heart transplantation, the world held its breath. [Read More]
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Political scientist studies apocalyptic political rhetoric  [LINK]
Alison McQueen’s research shows that apocalyptic rhetoric can make wars, natural disasters and economic collapse easier to understand. Although it can rouse people to action, such rhetoric also carries great peril. [Read More]
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Cooling glove helps athletes and patients  [LINK]
What unites the needs of Ebola workers, people with multiple sclerosis and athletes comes down to one thing – cold hands. A device that cools the hands is finding widespread use from the playing field to the clinic. [Read More]
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Neuroscientist Ben Barres, who identified crucial roles of glial cells, dies at 63  [LINK]
The Stanford neuroscientist’s research focused on the cells in the brain that aren’t nerve cells. Collectively called glia, these “other” cells play a central role in sculpting and maintaining the brain’s wiring diagram. [Read More]
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Psychology Alumnus Awarded Bronze Medal for Dissertation  [LINK]
William Aue G’14, who earned a Ph.D. from the Department of Psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been awarded a bronze medal for the James McKeen Cattell Dissertation Award for his dissertation, “Understanding Proactive Facilitation in Cued Recall.” William Aue In a continuing effort to encourage and recognize high standards of dissertation research, the Psychology... [Read More]
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Chemist Selected as Research Ambassador by German Academic Exchange Service  [LINK]
Ivan Korendovych A chemist in the College of Arts and Sciences has been selected to serve as a science ambassador for a prestigious international exchange organization. Ivan Korendovych, associate professor of chemistry, was named a DAAD Research Ambassador for 2017-18. DAAD, Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst, or German Academic Exchange Service, promotes international cooperation in science ... [Read More]
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Syracuse University Research Team Advances to Genius NY Competition Finals  [LINK]
A project being developed by College of Engineering & Computer Science Professor Utpal Roy and Ph.D. student Yunpeng Li is one of six finalists in the Genius NY 2018 Competition. The Genius NY program is the world’s largest business competition for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), and drew 250 entries from all around the world. A project being developed by College of Engineering &am... [Read More]
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Did a Wiener Dog That Suffered for Science Really Go Home With Russia's Deputy Prime Minister?  [LINK]
The Russian-speaking web has its doubts.Copyright: Max Pixel // CC0 Public Domain In the video below, which is may be disturbing to some viewers, a man in a lab coat holds a black and tan da... [Read More]
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Did a Wiener Dog That Suffered for Science Really Go Home With Russia's Deputy Prime Minister?  [LINK]
The Russian-speaking web has its doubts.Copyright: Max Pixel // CC0 Public Domain In the video below, which is may be disturbing to some viewers, a man in a lab coat holds a black and tan da... [Read More]
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50 years ago, Stanford heart doctors made history  [LINK]
On Jan. 6, 1968, as Stanford surgeon Norman Shumway performed the first U.S. adult heart transplantation, the world held its breath. [Read More]
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Political scientist studies apocalyptic political rhetoric  [LINK]
Alison McQueen’s research shows that apocalyptic rhetoric can make wars, natural disasters and economic collapse easier to understand. Although it can rouse people to action, such rhetoric also carries great peril. [Read More]
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Neuroscientist Ben Barres, who identified crucial roles of glial cells, dies at 63  [LINK]
The Stanford neuroscientist’s research focused on the cells in the brain that aren’t nerve cells. Collectively called glia, these “other” cells play a central role in sculpting and maintaining the brain’s wiring diagram. [Read More]
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Cooling glove helps athletes and patients  [LINK]
What unites the needs of Ebola workers, people with multiple sclerosis and athletes comes down to one thing – cold hands. A device that cools the hands is finding widespread use from the playing field to the clinic. [Read More]
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