Biotechnology & Biomedical

Simulation of Pulsed-Field Ablation and Electroporation

Pulsed-field ablation can induce temporary or permanent pores in cell membranes using time-varying electrical signals. This process, known as electroporation, allows for the stimulation of cell growth, drug delivery, and tissue ablation. For the development of applications based on electroporation, designers are turning to multiphysics simulation software to accurately represent…
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GPT Protein Models Speak Fluent Biology

Artificial intelligence has already shaved years off research into protein engineering. Now, for the first time, scientists have synthesized proteins predicted by an AI model in the lab and found them to work just as well as their natural counterparts. The research used a deep-learning language model for protein engineering…
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Roboticists Want to Give You a Third Arm

What could you do with an extra limb? Consider a surgeon performing a delicate operation, one that needs her expertise and steady hands—all three of them. As her two biological hands manipulate surgical instruments, a third robotic limb that’s attached to her torso plays a supporting role. Or picture a…
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