Filtered Water and AI in Medical Research


Dear G.I.T. Laboratory Journal Newsletter readers,

In this edition of the newsletter I would like to draw your attention to a new idea for filtering out oil and metals from water. The results can be found here.

It has become clear that artificial intelligence can help science in many ways. One new and interesting application of an AI has been reported in the field of personalized medicine. Researchers use an AI in the analysis of a tumor and then provide sugegstions towards the treatement. Details are provided here.

Best regards,

Dr. Martin Graf-Utzmann
Managing Editor, G.I.T. Laboratory Journal




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