The researchers looked to see whether the patients' cancer was resistant to chemotherapy, meaning a lot of cancer remained after chemotherapy treatment. They also assessed the patients' survival three years after the chemotherapy. Then, they examined the DNA of the patients' cancer in order to find genetic signatures that were correlated with the patients' outcome. … [Read more...] about New Test May Predict Success of Chemo for Breast Cancer
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“It’s certainly a positive for operators that many British firms already recognise the importance of 5G for their future business applications,” said Paul Carter, GWS CEO. “However, there appears to be ongoing uncertainty amongst businesses and their employees as to what 5G really is and what it could mean for levelling up business capabilities, as well as confusion from the wider public as to whether 5G has actually arrived yet and in what capacity. … [Read more...] about UK business and consumers ‘confused’ about benefits of 5G
But now a report in The Times says ministers have come to the realisation that such a task would be impossible without causing serious disruption to the country’s communications infrastructure. 5G leadership has been a priority of the Conservative government, while Prime Minister Boris Johnson made his desire for full fibre rollout known during the party leadership contest last year. … [Read more...] about UK could stop installation of new Huawei 5G kit if total ban by 2023 is impossible
A Man and His Bike At the close of the competition in December, Dai — better known as “bestfitting” on Kaggle and “Bingo” by his friends — was fourth among all 66,453 competitors on the Kaggle platform. Later, after placing in the top one percent in 14 straight Kaggle contests, he rose to first on the data science platform, which in May 2018 boasted more than 83,500 Kagglers. … [Read more...] about Long Pedal to a Kaggle Medal: How a Thousand-Kilometer Bike Trip Ended with a Win for Rainforests
The NHSX boss Matthew Gould previously described a 60% level of download as "optimal"; but now, the scientific team behind the app's model has revised the number. Oxford University's David Bonsall told ZDNet that new results suggest that the app will have an impact "even at low levels of uptake". For example, he said, if a small community of friends and family all download the tool, the protective benefits of the technology will be felt across the local network. … [Read more...] about Contact-tracing app: How much difference will it really make?