Diabetes Defenders — Tower-Defense Craziness by GamePlay Prime, LLC

Diabetes Defenders — Tower-Defense Craziness by GamePlay Prime, LLC

The normal human brain contains over 98 billion neurons. Those neurons are powered almost entirely by GLUCOSE – or simple sugar. Sugar travels along a network of nearly one hundred thousand miles of blood vessels. . . and it’s carried through the bloodstream by literally TRILLIONS of teeny — tiny — SHEEP! Sugar holds the

AI can detect low-glucose levels via ECG without fingerpick test

AI can detect low-glucose levels via ECG without fingerpick test

Tracking sugar in the blood is crucial for both healthy individuals and diabetic patients. Current methods to measure glucose requires needles and repeated fingerpicks over the day. Fingerpicks can often be painful, deterring patient compliance. A new technique developed by researchers at the University of Warwick uses the latest findings of Artificial Intelligence to detect

Lac Operon – gene regulation  || Biology || rPiXY

Lac Operon – gene regulation || Biology || rPiXY

Today I’m going to discuss you about application of operon theory. First of all we have to know what is operon. Operon is gene action. How a gene acts or reacts.50% work of central dogma is done by operon. Now the question is what happens, when an e. choli cell is placed into a glucose

A 48-hour global health challenge to save newborns

A 48-hour global health challenge to save newborns

There’s a certain amount of arrogance that comes with assuming you’ll make a serious impact to a real and complicated problem in 48 hours. Hackathons are the way to get doctors from one country, engineers from another, designers, people who don’t live in the same world; thinking about the same problem. It’s about starting something.

Scoliosis | Scoliosis Surgery | Nucleus Health

The spine is made up of bones called vertebrae, which are stacked on top of each other. The vertebrae protect a bundle of nerve fibers called the spinal cord. It runs through an opening in the center of each vertebra. The main sections of the spine are the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar regions. Looking at