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Growing Cancer Cells & Coronal Mass Ejections Are Visually Similar

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Using solar and astronomical image processing techniques and mathematical theory we have developed novel image analysis techniques to track the growth of tumours and other cell-based structures, which can be crucial for advancements of therapeutics to treat diseases such as cancers.

The visual similarities between coronal mass ejections and the outward invasion of cells from a tumour spheroid are striking. This study aims to help us better understand changes in the tissue architecture which are associated with tumour growth.

source: Departments of Physics, Aberystwyth University

Sperms Destroy Cancer Cells by Chemical Injection

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A study recently published by Haifeng et al. demonstrated the use of sperms guided by a magnetic source (so called spermbots) to deliver chemical injections to cervical cancer cells. A video of this demonstrations (see below) has been published by New Scientist.

via: New Scientist

Surprises at the Mariana backarc

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The Mariana backarc, the same location of the deepest point on Earth, is where the thermal vents occur due to the spreading of two plates. In other words, the spreading apart of the sea floor results in a trench like the Mariana trench. At such backarcs, and the similar but not the same Mid-Ocean Ridges, “black smokers” form.

The following video is a fly-thru movie at the Mariana backarc in search for HydroThermal vents (second video).

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Drilling Through Ice

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Two things drive us: pursuit of happiness and curiosity.

via Great Big Story

Bacteria Breaking Antibiotic Environments

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The video below by researchers at the Harvard Medical School and Technion–Israel Institute of Technology shows bacteria break zones of ever increasing concentrations of antibiotics hence demonstrates how bacteria becomes “impervious to drugs”. They are able to

In a creative stroke inspired by Hollywood wizardry, scientists from Harvard Medical School and Technion-Israel Institute of Technology have designed a simple way to observe how bacteria move as they become impervious to drugs. [2]

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How to grow a forest in your backyard, Shubhendu Sharma

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