Editor's Choice Newsletter January 2021

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Protein tells developing cells to stick together

Researchers provide the first experimental evidence showing cell stickiness helps cells stay sorted within correct compartments during development. How tightly cells clump together, known as cell adhesion, appears to be enabled by a protein better known for its role in the immune system.

DUAL takes AI to the next level

A brain-inspired computing architecture speeds up complex data processing by running algorithms inside its memory.

Saves time and energy

Ultra-sensitive transistor detects herbicide in water

A tiny electronic sensor can detect very low levels of a commonly used weed killer in drinking water.

Better than existing tests

Validating how neutrinos shape the universe

A six-dimensional simulation depicts how the nearly-massless, subatomic particles move through the universe.

A milestone

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