Posts Tagged ‘to’

Opinion | The Brain Implants That Could Change Humanity – The New York Times

November 11, 2020 interesting but v. long opinion piece

Bricks Alive! Scientists Create Living Concrete – The New York Times

February 13, 2020

biosynthetic materials

NYTimes: Walmart Shooting in El Paso Renews Attention on Crime Frequency at Its Stores

August 11, 2019

Artificial intelligence alone won’t solve the complexity of Earth sciences

March 4, 2019

What online fashion brands can learn from Amazon’s stores – Digiday

July 1, 2018


“Brands that have similar access to customer data — while perhaps not on the Amazon scale — can follow suit. In some cases, they’re starting to: At Reformation’s newest stores, the sales floor layout is stripped down and streamlined to only display the brand’s top-performing items. The rest of the selection can be browsed via touch screens that show the full online store. (Digital screens as a utility, however, do have their own problems, like a barrier to scale.)”


12 Companies That Could Thrive in the Age of Amazon

June 29, 2018

“He cites the example of Target (TGT), which “recently began testing replenishing stores and digital orders from the same pool of inventory with one of its distribution centers in the Northeast and saw a 33% reduction in back room inventory for these stores while also reducing stock-outs by 50%.

In fact, the switch to centralized inventory is key to his switching his view on Macy’s from “short” to “long”:”

Clonal evolution in breast cancer revealed by single nucleus genome sequencing : Nature : Nature Publishing Group

October 13, 2014

Tracing the tumor lineage — ScienceDirect

October 13, 2014

@markgerstein: Navin mentions: Tracing the tumor lineage Has nice schematic showing different tumor progression models #BTGCG14

OncodriveCLUST: exploiting the positional clustering of somatic mutations to identify cancer genes

October 13, 2014

@markgerstein: .nlbigas mentions: OncodriveCLUST: exploiting the [local] positional clustering of somatic mutations… #BTGCG14

Access : Evolution of the cancer genome : Nature Reviews Genetics

October 13, 2014

@markgerstein: .@nlbigas mentions: Evolution of the cancer genome Drivers provide selective advantage #BTGCG14