Future transition from forests to shrublands and grasslands in the western United States is expected to reduce carbon storage
Several computational methods have been developed to augment spatially resolved single-cell transcriptomics to measure more genes. We developed TISSUE to build on these methods by providing confidence in these computational measurements and additional tools for performing data analysis.
Computational modeling of radiation-induced lung fibrosis via the agent-based paradigm provides valuable insights into the initiation and progression of toxicity.
Contaminated landscapes – current use pesticides disperse from the valley bottom to the summit region
In this blog post Carsten Brühl from the institute for Environmental Sciences (iES) Landau at the RPTU in Germany is explaining the background of this first landscape level terrestrial pesticide exposure study.
Empowering Tomorrow's Cancer Specialists, the co-creation of the first Surgical Oncology Summerschool in Malawi
Cancer is a growing problem in Sub-Saharan Africa, with over 1 million new cases of cancer and over half a million cancer deaths annually. Treatment options are limited with surgery being the most valuable tool. Surgical training is limited, creating a need for additional education.