Data Sharing Initiative Could Improve Our Understanding and Help To Reduce Antimicrobial Resistance
Antimicrobial resistance is a looming global threat for which we need a better understanding to tackle. We hear how a non-profit organization are helping scientists share valuable data effectively with the launch of the AMR register.
Curation of the Entire Human Genome Requires the Best of Both Human and Artificial Intelligence
The curation of the human genome, crucial for the delivery of precision medicine, has been limited by slow, tedious techniques. This article explores how AI-powered approaches to variant curation can help to accelerate the process.
Using Cancer Patient Digital Twins To Transform Cancer Care
This article explores the concept of cancer patient digital twins and how they could be used to treat cancer patients in the future.
Evolution of Lyme Disease Testing and Future Perspectives
This article explores the current state of Lyme disease testing and how improvements could be made in the future to improve time to diagnosis.
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In Vitro Diagnostics Needs Seismic Change To Improve Patient Outcomes and Deliver Economic Benefits
In this opinion piece, Andrew Goutler discusses the current state of in vitro diagnostics and how it is time to seize the potential of emerging techniques and technologies to deliver improvements across this vital area of clinical testing.
Nausea and Vomiting During Pregnancy Might Not Just Be Morning Sickness
Technology Networks had the pleasure of speaking with Marlena Fejzo, PhD to find out more about what women with hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) currently face, the finding that HG may have a genetic cause and the possible future outcomes of her research.
The Dawn of a New Era of Digital Twin Diagnostics
In this opinion piece, Benedikt von Thuengen discusses how digital twin technology could revolutionize the future of healthcare, enabling early detection of disease before symptoms appear.
The Death of Diagnosis: Can Research Find a Better Way To Understand Mental Health?
Modern-day psychiatry and psychopathology research both rely on diagnostic manuals, like the DSM-5, that have come in for much criticism in recent years. 10 years ago, a new initiative, the Research Domain Criteria (RDoC), sought to ease research's dependency on traditional diagnostics. Has it succeeded?
Cas9 or Cas12? Picking the Right CRISPR System for Your Research
What are the major differences between Cas9 and Cas12, and how can you decide which is right for your research?