A better map of cell diversity

Researchers have developed a new technique that allows them to map variations between cells in a tissue or tumor SAN FRANCISCO, April 22, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Not all cancer cells in a tumor are created equal; not all immune cells (or all liver or brain cells) in your …

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Bots do whatever you pay for, at scale

It’s time to take stock of what bots can do. Bots are software that helps automate tasks. As with any technology or tool, they can be used for both good and evil. Search engine bots are robots that load web pages to index content so that the page appears in …

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Farmers seem to make the most of a temporary situation

DTN Ag senior meteorologist Bryce Anderson said the current DTN forecast for July through September called for above normal temperatures for most of the country, with below normal precipitation for agricultural areas north of Illinois and the Dakotas and west in the Plains States. Areas east of the Mississippi River …

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Looser monetary policy increases inequality

Asger Lau Andersen, Niels Johannesen, Mia Jørgensen, José-Luis Peydró April 19, 2021 Who wins – and by how much – when central banks relax their monetary policy regime is a key political question. This column presents new data on the distributive effects of monetary policy based on detailed administrative data …

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