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using AI to analyze placenta health

Using AI to analyze placenta health

December 17, 2019
Artificial intelligence (AI) might one day determine the health of a woman’s placenta after childbirth for a fraction of the cost and time, according to new research from Northwestern University and Penn State.

Human viruses harbor ancient kill code

December 11, 2019
Deep in the genetic material of pathogenic human viruses such as HIV-1 and hepatitis B lies an ancient kill code that is at least 800 million years old, reports new Northwestern Medicine research.
Ben Linzmeier holds a fossilized shell from when dinosaurs became extinct.

Earth was stressed before dinosaur extinction

December 11, 2019
By measuring chemistry of fossilized seashells, researchers found that the Earth was already experiencing carbon cycle instability when the asteroid hit that wiped out the dinosaurs.