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Cost of genotyping plunges thanks to Sudoku logic

Sudoku, the hugely popular math-based game, may now be poised to revolutionize the fast-changing world of genome sequencing and medical genetics, claims a report in the journalGenome Research. Combining a 2,000-year-old Chinese math theorem with concepts from cryptology, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) scientists have devised “DNA Sudoku,” a methodology that allows tens of thousands […]

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Déjà Vu Research Is Outta Sight

The first case study of a blind man suffering déjà vuhas overturned traditional theories about how the effect occurs. It was previously thought that déjà vuwas triggered when images from one eye arrived in the brain a few microseconds after images from the other eye – causing a feeling that something was being seen for […]

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