Results tagged “Archaea”

Advancing Knowledge On Archaea

Bioinformatics and big data analyses can reap great rewards for biologists, but it takes a lot of work to generate the datasets necessary to begin.

An artificial neural network has identified a square structure within a triangular one in a crater on the dwarf planet Ceres, with several people agreeing on this perception.

The three domains of life - archaea, bacteria, and eukarya - may have more in common than previously thought. Over the past several years, Ariel Amir, Assistant Professor in Applied Mathematics at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) has been studying how cells regulate size.

Presenter: Drew Gorman-Lewis (University of Washington) When: December 3, 3PM PST

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