Explore Big Data At The Speed Of Thought

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Meeting Modern Data Integrity and Compliance Requirements

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The accuracy and completeness of data is crucial for safe product development and to prevent serious implications regarding human health.

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7 Projects That Are Harnessing the Power of Big Data

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This list highlights 7 enormous projects that are harnessing the power of big data to solve big problems in science.

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Machine Learning to Increase the Pace of Brain Imaging Analysis
Machine Learning to Increase the Pace of Brain Imaging Analysis
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New approach could allow doctors or researchers to quickly identify the data they need, and then rapidly fill in the fine details, making the process faster and more accurate.

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New Software Allows Mobile Monitoring of Breathing Problems
New Software Allows Mobile Monitoring of Breathing Problems
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Researchers have developed new software that makes it possible to use low-cost, thermal cameras attached to mobile phones to track how fast a person is breathing.

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Promising Gonorrhea Vaccine Candidates Identified
Promising Gonorrhea Vaccine Candidates Identified
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Researchers at Oregon State University have identified a pair of proteins that show promise as the basis for a gonorrhea vaccine.

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Vapourtec Collaboration with NPM Drives New Flow Technology
Vapourtec Collaboration with NPM Drives New Flow Technology
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Flow chemistry engineering specialists Vapourtec (UK) have been engaged in a successful collaboration with New Path Molecular Research Ltd (NPM), focusing on the development of new reactor technology and methods for peptide synthesis.

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Ancient Genes Take on New Functions as Master Regulators
Ancient Genes Take on New Functions as Master Regulators
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Researchers find that about 60 lncRNA genes in mammals – or 2% to 3% of lncRNAs shared by humans and other mammalian species – appear to be derived from ancestral, protein-coding genes.

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Metabolic Classification of Human Hepatoblastoma Uncovered
Metabolic Classification of Human Hepatoblastoma Uncovered
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EPFL scientists have now found metabolic differences between hepatoblastoma subtypes, and identified several biomarkers that can help obtain more accurate subtyping of the disease.

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