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Analysis and optimization of gene expression using synthetic promoters

Stanford researchers have developed a method to quantify a cell phenotypic response over a continuous range of ectopic gene expression levels. The researchers generated a library of synthetic promoters capable of a 40-fold expression range in mammalian ce...
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Model-less method for controlling continuum and redundant robots

Stanford researchers at the Camarillo Lab have prototyped a robust, task-space closed-loop controller for continuum manipulators that does not rely on a model and can be used in constrained environments. Using an optimal control strategy on a tendon-driv...
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