HSE scientists have proposed a way to improve the accuracy of finding Z-DNA, or DNA regions that are twisted to the left instead of to the right. To do this, they used neural networks and a dataset of more than 30,000 experiments conducted by different laboratories around the world. Details of the study are published in Scientific Reports.
Wednesday, January 27
HSE and Skoltech Seminar on Mathematical Physics: 'Global Demazure Modules'
The ‘Migration seminar’: 'The New Russian Islam: Muslim Migrants in the Far North'
Thursday, January 28
'Master of Data Science Admissions' Webinar
Seminar 'Combinatorics of Vassiliev Invariants'
LCSR seminar on 'Concepts of Democracy in Democratic and Nondemocratic Countries'
Dr. Jacqueline Wong to speak on 'Examining the Use of Prompts to Facilitate Self-Regulated Learning in Massive Open Online Courses'