Detritus From Cancer Cells May Infect Healthy Cells
The exosomes will be similar, only the content will differ. Also, its still not clear how much these exosome travel. They might end up far from any tumor cell, making it impractical for targeting.
New Research Suggests Cancer May Be an Intrinsic Property of Cells
How did it survive evolution? What is its function?
Interviews: Ask Dr. Andy Chun About Artificial Intelligence
What do your think of Fergus et all paper : Intriguing properties of neural networks. Is this a phenomenon you came across before?
Tesla Aims For $30,000 Price, 2017 Launch For Model E
At least we found out about the corruption. Maybe now we will start to THINK BIG, sti!
Ask Slashdot: Switching From SAS To Python Or R For Data Analysis and Modeling?
I second that. R is the better choice here.
Fixing Faulty Genes On the Cheap
This technology has been advertised everywhere in my institute... and now its on Slashdot... I wonder if there is someone behind their marketing campaign?
Why Are We Made of Matter?
Actually, solving a rubik's cube is not unstructured if your algorithm thinks at least 20 moves ahead. Similarly, we probably need to have a broader view of the universe to discern a possible reason for the dominance of matter.
Ask Slashdot: What Software Can You Not Live Without?
Always the first thing I install. It even works on all major OS. Keeps beta version at bay ;)
Update on the March of Progress: How Slashdot's New Look Is Shaping Up
And that is very annoying.
You should at least have done an "ALPHA" phase /.!
Could Crowd-Sourced Direct Democracy Work?
Daniel Suarez (author of Daemon and Freedom) describes a very interesting "government". He imagined quite a complex system to handle and balance projects / votes / budget / ...
I recommend reading his books before saying that such a system wouldn't work. The ideas shared makes it sound quite believable.