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Snapshots of Life: A Flare for the Dramatic

Oil and water may not mix, but under the right conditions—like those in the photo above—it can sure produce some interesting science that resembles art. You’re looking at a water droplet suspended in an emulsion of olive oil (black and purple) and lipids, molecules that serve as the building blocks of cell membranes. 399 more words

Science

Cutting edge: BrainNetCNN or Neural development innovative technology

Continuing the follow-up of paper reviews on issues of interest for The Information Age, I came across today with a paper which combines several topics that are currently in the ranks of cutting edge innovative technologies. 516 more words

Deep Neural Networks

Canon 50mm f/1.8 Lens Review

Canon has a lot of lens options to offer, once you get one of their DSLRs. Some are good for general photography, while others have specific purposes, like the 50mm f/1.8 lens that has a very shallow depth of field for nice portrait pictures, and overall better low light performance. 451 more words

Hello macOS Sierra, bye bye El Cap

We welcome the beautiful and wonderful macOS Sierra (10.12) and say good bye to the old and weary El Capitan (OS X 10.11.6)…. Wait, not so fast. 448 more words

Mac

Troubleshooting Multiplexed FISH on paraffin sections

Multiplexed Fluorescent RNA in situ Hybridization is a rather complex procedure, and there are a number of things, that can go wrong. Here are a few points, which I have come across so far. 469 more words

In Situ Hybridization