Lynx Roundup, May 31st 2020

Lynx Roundup, May 31st 2020

Computer vision helps scientists study lithium ion batteries! Deep Learning in Brain-Computer Interface! Python’s Permutations and Combinations Functions!

Matthew Alhonte
Matthew Alhonte
Computer vision helps scientists study lithium ion batteries
Lithium-ion batteries lose their juice over time, causing scientists and engineer to work hard to understand that process in detail. Now, scientists at the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have combined sophisticated machine learning algorithms with X-ray tomography data t…
Personalized microrobots swim through biological barriers, deliver drugs to cells
Tiny biohybrid robots on the micrometer scale can swim through the body and deliver drugs to tumors or provide other cargo-carrying functions. The natural environmental sensing tendencies of bacteria mean they can navigate toward certain chemicals or be remotely controlled using magnetic or sound si…
Scientists have developed a new concept of mathematical modeling
A team of scientists from the Research Center “Fundamental Problems of Thermophysics and Mechanics,” of Samara Polytech is engaged in the construction of new mathematical models and the search for methods for their study in relation to a wide range of local nonequilibrium transport processes in vari…
The Usefulness of Python’s Permutations and Combinations Functions
I’ve been writing a lot of Python recently. As a relative newcomer to the language, it continues to impress me with its versatility and “quality of life” features. I’m not surprised that it’s been…
Deep Learning in Brain-Computer Interface
There are many challenges in Brain-Computer Interface (BCI). How deep learning can learn from Electroencephalography (EEG) data directly.
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Matthew Alhonte

Supervillain in somebody's action hero movie. Experienced a radioactive freak accident at a young age which rendered him part-snake and strangely adept at Python.