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Saving virtual lives with nanobots goal of UH-led project

...agine Cup world semifinals. With two consecutive wins so far, Jonathan Dowdall, a UH graduate student, and Mike Hall, his collaborator, have advanced to round three of four in the visual gaming category with their Team ContAInment, the "AI" capitalized to represent artificial intelligence. An annual co...

Studies of married couples, soccer and hockey teams focus on brain's response to stress

...ield advantage In sports, the home team typically wins more often than it loses. Most would assume this is so because the visitors are worn down by the stress of travel and spending the night in unfamiliar hotels. According to a study involving amateur athletes, such advantages may not be due to the crea...

Studies highlight advances in diagnosis, medical therapy

...he heart, not only improves image quality but also wins the approval of patients by reducing side effects. A Prospective, Randomized Trial of Bivalirudin in Acute Coronary Syndromes: Final One-Year Results from the ACUITY Trial (Presentation Number 2414-5) Use a synthetic version of an anticlottin...

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