Fungi squeezed through microchannels offer clues to cell growth

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June 9, 2021

Fungi Squeezed Through Microchannels Offer Clues to Cell Growth

By Catherine Offord

A study finds that fast-growing species are stymied by narrow gaps, while slower-growing species can pass through and continue extending.

Nearly Complete Human Genome Sequenced

By Jef Akst

In a preprint, researchers fill in some of the holes left in the first draft of the human genetic code, published at the turn of the century.

Rotifers Bounce Back After Being Frozen for 24,000 Years

By Lisa Winter

The hardy animals were pulled from the permafrost in Siberia, giving scientists the opportunity to study how they survive extreme conditions.

ICYMI: Brain-Computer Interface User Types 90 Words Per Minute with Mind

By Shawna Williams

The experimental system, developed and tested in just one patient so far, relies on brain signals associated with handwriting to achieve the fastest communication yet seen with BCI.

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Infographic: How Fungi Squeeze Through Tight Spaces—or Don't

By Catherine Offord

A study finds that slower-growing species are better able to adjust their growth to fit their hyphae through narrow passages.

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