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Faster translations with the help of AI

23 September, 2022 - Högskolan i Halmstad

When humans and machines work together, the translation of a book to another language can be made more efficient. This is the opinion of Pontus Wärnestål, Associate Professor at Halmstad University, who has developed a new translation workflow using both artificial intelligence (AI) and human competence.

Higher temperatures make it difficult for fig tree pollinators

23 September, 2022 - Uppsala universitet

Researchers from Uppsala University and elsewhere have been studying the effect of rising temperatures on the lifespan of pollinating fig wasps. The findings show that the wasps lived much shorter lives at high temperatures, which would make it difficult for them to travel the long distances between the trees they pollinate.

Strong link between gut bacteria and metabolites

23 September, 2022 - Uppsala universitet

ÔĽŅThere are strong links between bacteria living in the gut and the levels of small molecules in the blood known as metabolites. Such is the finding of a new study (Uppsala University/Lund University). The study is based on analyses of both fecal and blood samples from 8,583 participants in the Swedish CArdioPulmonary bioImage Study (SCAPIS).

How the small intestine defends itself against bacteria

23 September, 2022 - Göteborgs universitet

Researchers at the University of Gothenburg have now shown how mucus protects the small intestine in mice. In the future, this finding may lead to new ways of preventing relapse in Crohn‚Äôs disease in humans. One method used by the scientists has been to film how the intestinal crypts become filled with mucus and expel […]

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