Radiation escapes cancer cells protective radarkills more cells than high-dose radiationA new study shows that lower doses of radiation beyond the damage detection ‘radar ‘in DNA and actually kill more cancer cells than high-dose radiation. ,, scientists believe they design design therapy to create this ‘radar ‘sensor allowing more radiation to evade detection and destroy, dismantle a larger number of cancer cells.
‘in the past, the technology, not cell lines cell lines available and so you can not really researchers blame the past but today it’s cheap, it’s simple and the technology is widely used, it is no excuse to experiment cells. Without first discover what you are on. Have to experiment We proposed that magazines, ‘start the check of cell lines as a condition for release, says Andrew Bradford, CU Cancer Center researcher and associate professor in the CU School of Medicine Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the paper ‘s senior author.Koedinger that, Pittsburgh Science of Learning Center Director to advance our scientific understanding by robust learning as a learning that last for a long time define, transfer about Last conditions and auxiliaries future learning. This objective is achieved by a new shared resource named LearnLab which are enable reach new levels of Modeling discipline in the classroom experimental studies of learning. LearnLab has seven classes computerized intelligent tutoring systems expands. Such systems have succeed using at school Preferences to allow students individual instruction. Courses are a test bed, which Students study strategy, their Tuition support, and that Concept which are learned to be investigated in detail, if experiments showed that is a technique results in significant Win, partnership with public school system the techniques for students.