Patterns

In sewing and fashion design, a pattern is the template from which the parts of a garment are traced onto woven or knitted fabrics before being cut out and assembled.

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“Bizarre” Patterns Unearthed – Cambridge Study Challenges Traditional Views on Human Origins

A ‘Computer’ Built from DNA Can Find Patterns in Photographs

Patterns of crop-specific fertilizer-nitrogen losses and opportunities for sustainable mitigation - EurekAlert

Unveiling Nature’s Secrets: How “Odd Viscosity” Transforms Turbulent Chaos Into Patterns

Research suggests how turbulence can be used to generate patterns

AI tells beavers apart by the ‘fingerprint’ patterns on their tails

Patterns of brain connectivity differ between pre-term and term babies

Ant face patterns like swirls and stubble might have practical value

Rethinking Cirrhosis Risk: Drinking Patterns Trump Volume in Liver Health

Genomic portrait and relatedness patterns of the Iron Age Log Coffin culture in northwestern Thailand - Nature Communications

Citizen scientists detect patterns in clouds over Mars

Watching paint dry -- to understand and control the patterns it leaves behind

Sperm swimming is caused by the same patterns that are believed to dictate zebra stripes

Moral reasoning displays characteristic patterns in the brain

A finer picture of global migration reveals complex patterns

W Herschel used a 10 foot telescope to study the Sun in 1801 and hypothesized that the sun was a solid Earth-like sphere with atmosphere. 60 years later, J Herschel noted that patterns on the solar surface could be igneous snowflakes, giant fish swimming in the photosphere, or monsters

Brain receptor patterns separate sensory and cognitive networks

Swarming microrobots self-organize into diverse patterns

Mate selection patterns in China from 1950 to 2014: Research shows arranged marriages declined rapidly and were replaced mostly by introduced marriages before 1980, after 1980, self-initiated marriages began to increase. Urbanization and better education led to more non-arranged marriages.

Reading between the cracks: Artificial intelligence can identify patterns in surface cracking to assess damage in reinforced concrete structures