fractals

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Distinguishing cancer cells using fractal geometry offers faster diagnosis

Thu, Dec 5, 2013

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Fractals are non-regular geometric shapes that have the same degree of non-regularity on all scales. Fractals are the kind of shapes we see in nature, basically, and even though the term was first coined only a coupled of decades ago or if this is the first time you’ve heard about fractals, chances have it that you […]

Bacteria growth limited by time, not only concentration. Revises 1950′s Alan Turing theory

Wed, Oct 9, 2013

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How do organs such as the heart or kidneys know when to stop growing? A number of theories have been proposed to answer this, the most entrenched of which dating back from 1952, when the infamous Alan Turing used math to show how biological cell patterns form and how these knew when to stop division. Turing […]

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