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The Cell technology, on the other hand, uses multiple Cell processors linked together to run lots of calculations simultaneously. This gives it processing power an order of magnitude above its competitors. ... Each Cell will be linked to the others, creating a vast home network of computing power.


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Long-term physical activity has an anti-ageing effect at the cellular level.


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Scientists have developed biological cells that can give insight into the chemistry of the brain.


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Scientists have produced a very unusual light show, engineering bacterial cells to fluoresce in synchrony. The researchers turned the cells into synchronised "genetic clocks" - programming them to switch a fluorescent protein on and off.


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A micro-ear could soon help scientists eavesdrop on tiny events just like microscopes make them visible.


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Scientists in the US have succeeded in developing the first synthetic living cell. The researchers constructed a bacterium's "genetic software" and transplanted it into a host cell. The resulting microbe then looked and behaved like the species "dictated" by the synthetic DNA.


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Scientists have revealed the smallest man-made pump ever built - the size of a human red blood cell. The team of US and Korean researchers used ultra-fast laser pulses to create tunnels in glass rods thinner than a human hair.


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Researchers have discovered a type of brain cell that continuously regenerates in humans.


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A simple life form known as a slime mould, used in unconventional computing, seems to have a taste for sedatives.


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Scientists are questioning if using wi-fi on a laptop to roam the internet could harm a man's fertility, after lab work suggested ejaculated sperm were significantly damaged after only four hours of exposure.


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Researchers from Clemson University have found a way to create temporary holes in the membranes of live cells using a standard inkjet printer.


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Scientists have developed and tested a "DNA robot" that delivers payloads such as drug molecules to specific cells.


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Researchers have spotted a group of 53 cells within pigeons' brains that respond to the direction and strength of the Earth's magnetic field.


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Traces of ancient viruses which infected our ancestors millions of years ago are more widespread in us than previously thought. A study shows how extensively viruses from as far back as the dinosaur era still thrive in our genetic material. It sheds light on the origins of a big proportion of our genetic material, much of which is still not understood. The scientists investigated the genomes of 38 mammals including humans, mice, rats,...


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