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Space Constraint Method - Applying Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques to construction scheduling.

Stanford graduate student René Morkos has developed an Artificial Intelligence algorithm to maximize the utilization of time and space on construction sites. The algorithm automatically generates thousands of construction spatial schedules, maximizing s...
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Isolation of Muscle Stem Cells (MuSCs) and their use in degenerative muscle wasting disease, plus non invasive bioluminescence imaging to monitor stem cell behavior in vivo.

Dr. Helen Blau and colleagues have developed a new method for isolating adult muscle stem cells that may be used for various therapeutic applications. This isolation technique combines a modification of the published myofiber isolation protocol and a flo...
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