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» Using 'mood maths' to understand more about bipolar disorder
Wed, 18 Nov 2015 07:44:02 EST
Bipolar disorder – formerly known as manic depression – is a chronic, recurrent mental illness characterised by extreme swings in mood. The condition is thought to affect at least one in every 100 adults worldwide and has the highest rate of suicide among psychiatric disorders.
» Mathematical model helps show how zebrafish get their stripes
Tue, 17 Nov 2015 12:15:15 EST
A mathematical model developed by Brown University researchers is shedding new light on how zebrafish get their iconic stripes. The model helps to demonstrate how two dynamic processes—the movement of pigment cells across the skin, and the birth and death of cells as the fish grows—combine to keep zebrafish stripes in line.

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