All articles by Robert Scammell

  1. Artificial muscles can lift 12,600 times their own weight

    Researchers have developed artificial muscles that are capable of lifting up to 12,600 times their own weight and can produce…
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    18 Apr
  2. Machine learning reveals cause-effect relationships in proteins

    Researchers at the University of South Florida (USF) have used machine learning to study proteins, demonstrating how machine learning can…
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    17 Apr
  3. Graphene spikes can kill bacteria on implants

    Researchers have shown that a tiny layer of vertical graphene flakes can be applied to implants to prevent bacterial infection….
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    16 Apr
  4. Scientists teach computers to analyse brain cells

    A team from the Gladstone Institutes, San Francisco, has used deep learning, a form of artificial intelligence, to teach a…
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    13 Apr
  5. Injectable sensor could monitor alcohol levels

    Engineers at the University of California San Diego have developed a miniature, ultra-low power injectable biosensor that could continuously monitor…
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    11 Apr
  6. People trust humans over robots for medical advice

    The majority of people in the UK would choose a human over a robot when receiving medical advice, according to…
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    5 Apr
  7. Smartphone app more accurate than traditional cardiac assessment

    Researchers have shown that a smartphone app can assess blood flow in a wrist artery for patients undergoing coronary angiography…
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    4 Apr
  8. Nanotweezers could manipulate cells

    Researchers from The University of Texas at Austin have developed opto-thermoelectric nanotweezers (OTENT) that could one day manipulate cells and…
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    29 Mar
  9. Interactive VR assists surgery preparation

    A study has shown that interactive virtual reality (VR) can help physicians better prepare for complex surgeries and improve their…
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    19 Mar
  10. AI accurately diagnoses prostate cancer

    Scientists from Nanjing University have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system which can diagnose cancerous prostate samples as accurately as…
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    16 Mar