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NASA's InSight Mars lander found surprisingly little underground ice

25 minutes ago   |   New Scientist

There is plenty of ice and watery minerals underground at the poles of Mars, but NASA's InSight lander found almost none at the equator, leaving scientists wondering where the...
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Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant 'not designed to withstand fighting'

25 minutes ago   |   New Scientist

A scientist in Ukraine warns that the reactor at Europe's largest nuclear power station is designed to protect against some threats, but not shelling
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Octonions: The strange maths that could unite the laws of nature

25 minutes ago   |   New Scientist

Could a system of eight-dimensional numbers help physicists find a single mathematical framework that describes the entire universe?
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Quantum computers might not offer extreme speed boost for chemistry

25 minutes ago   |   New Scientist

One of the long-promised benefits of quantum computers is simulating molecules very quickly, but it turns out that these extra-fast speeds might not be possible
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Developing a digital remote assessment for monitoring rheumatoid arthritis disease activity

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Francesca Donadoni, Letizia Gionfrida, Benjamin Clarke, and James Galloway. 4/24/2021. “ Developing a digital remote assessment for monitoring rheumatoid arthritis disease...
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A 3DCNN-LSTM multi-class temporal segmentation for hand gesture recognition

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Letizia Gionfrida, Wan MR Rusli, Angela E Kedgley, and Anil A Bharath. 8/4/2022. “ A 3DCNN-LSTM multi-class temporal segmentation for hand gesture recognition .” Electronics...
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Quantifying Vitiligo Severity Through A Machine Learning Approach

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Letizia Gionfrida, Arfika Nurhudatiana, Adams Wai Kin Kong, and Steven Thng. 12/3/2016. “ Quantifying Vitiligo Severity Through A Machine Learning Approach .” VITILIGO...
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Validation of two-dimensional video-based inference of finger kinematics with pose estimation

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Letizia Gionfrida, Wan M. R. Rusli, Anil Antony Bharath, and Angela E. Kedgley. 1/1/2022. “ Validation of two-dimensional video-based inference of finger kinematics with pose...
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A neural network-based pipeline to objectively quantify telehealth disease activity measures in rheumatoid arthritis

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Letizia Gionfrida, Anil A. Bharath, Angela E. Kedgley, and James Galloway. In Preparation. “ A neural network-based pipeline to objectively quantify telehealth disease activity...
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The influence of snow cover on Ozone Monitoring Instrument formaldehyde observations

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CareyAnne Howlett, Gonzalo González Abad, Christopher Chan Miller, Caroline Rebecca Nowlan, Zolal Ayazpour, and Lei Zhu. 8/1/2022. “ The influence of snow cover on Ozone...
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The triple tone sonification method to enhance the diagnosis of Alzheimer's...

Letizia Gionfrida, Agnieszka Roginska, James Keary, Hariharan Mohanraj, and Kent P Friedman. 2016. “ The triple tone sonification method to enhance the diagnosis of Alzheimer's... Read more ...

Artificial intelligence and rheumatology: a potential partnership

Suruchi Kothari, Letizia Gionfrida, Anil Anthony Bharath, and Sonya Abraham. 11/1/2019. “ Artificial intelligence and rheumatology: a potential partnership .” Rheumatology... Read more ...

A novel sonification approach to support the diagnosis of Alzheimer's dementia

Letizia Gionfrida and Agnieszka Roginska. 12/7/2017. “ A novel sonification approach to support the diagnosis of Alzheimer's dementia .” Frontiers in neurology, 8, Pp. 647... Read more ...

A Randomized Trial of Behavioral Nudges Delivered through Text Messages to...

M et al Patel. Working Paper. “ A Randomized Trial of Behavioral Nudges Delivered through Text Messages to Increase Influenza Vaccination Among Patients with an Upcoming... Read more ...

Tool Shows Just How Stunning Webb's Space Image Is Compared to Older Ones

Tool Shows Just How Stunning Webb's Space Image Is Compared to Older Ones

July 12, 2022 Ed Browne of Newsweek explores the James Webb Telescope's new images, featuring Dr. Alyssa Goodman's quick 1-minute video utilizing Worldwide Telescope. Read the... Read more ...

Did Supernovae Help Form Barnard's Loop?

Did Supernovae Help Form Barnard's Loop?

June 16, 2022 Astronomers studying the structure of the Milky Way galaxy have released the highest-resolution 3D view of the Orion star-forming region. "It seems clear that we... Read more ...

Europe's extreme drought is exacerbating food and energy crises

Rain forecast this week will not be enough to end Europe's drought, which could be the worst the continent has had in 500 years. Read more ...

Living robots made from human cells may induce neuron healing

The so-called superbots formed a bridge between neurons in injured cells, leading to tissue growth across the injured site in a laboratory experiment Read more ...

Astronauts could use plasma to make oxygen and fertiliser on Mars

A form of matter called plasma, which contains charged particles, could help break up the Martian atmosphere into more useful components Read more ...

The secrets in our sewers helping protect us from infectious diseases

Waste water contains a treasure trove of data on our health, well-being and inequality, and can be used to head off epidemics, track pandemics and even spot new designer drugs... Read more ...