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No One Size Fits All: The Challenges of Vendor Agnostic Software

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Biosero, Inc. develop automation software, that deploys artificial intelligence to speed up critical lab work. We caught up with David Dambman, Biosero’s Director of Engineering, to talk about the challenges of developing agnostic software, and how labs can implement artificial intelligence into their processes.

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Answer the challenges of CDS Data integrity - Sterling Pharma Solutions Ltd

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Data integrity continues to be a hot topic for the regulatory agencies in the pharmaceutical industry.

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What Is the Holy Grail of HPC Disaster Recovery?

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Disaster Recovery (DR) is a vital process to ensure the rapid recovery of an organisation’s applications, data and hardware that are critical to operations in the event of a natural disaster, network or hardware failure or human error. In this article, we explore how the public cloud is making ideal DR a reality.

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The Why's and How's of Electronic Health Record Compatibility Testing

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Although they have become the core of many workflows related to patient care, a recent survey showed that only 10% of physicians were satisfied with their current Electronic Health Record (EHR) system. Continuous compatibility testing can make EHRs more user friendly. This article will describe the essential procedures a healthcare organization will need to undertake during EHR compatibility testing.

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4 Ways That the Cloud is Changing Research

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Cloud-based informatics solutions have become an integral part of research. The cloud is everywhere these days, and every new informatics tool seems to have some cloud feature or function. But what does this actually mean for researchers? With this handy list, you’ll find that the answer is “quite a lot”, as we explore four key ways in which the cloud has changed research.

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BRAIN Scientists Make Strides in Mapping the Mouse Cortex

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Researchers have outlined a way to classify neurons based not only on how they look, but on with which other neurons they are capable of communicating.

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Machine Learning Tracks Moving Cells
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All humans share a common characteristic: the many cells making up their bodies are always on the move. As we humans commute to work, cells migrate through the body to get their jobs done. Biologists have long struggled to quantify the movement and changing morphology of cells through time, but now, scientists have devised an elegant tool to do just that.

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It’s Not Easy Being Green
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A team of researchers have gained insight into the genes behind the photosynthetic machinery plants require to harness sunlight for growth.

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Making Sense of Your Sweat Data
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While a lot of research has been directed at developing continuous sensing technologies, less effort has been directed to understanding the physiology of biofluid secretion.

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Addressing the Underrepresentation of Women in Science
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We recently spoke with Jessica Wade, PhD, a physicist at Imperial College London to learn more about her extraordinary efforts to raise the profile of female scientists and other underrepresented groups in science.

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How the Integration of Lateral Flow Tests and Data Analytics Will Transform Healthcare
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Originally developed as a platform for an over-the-counter pregnancy test, lateral flow tests have a lot more to offer. This article dives into how a digital spin and the integration of data analytics are expected to help lateral flow tests meet the changing demands of data-driven healthcare.

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The Hunt for Therapeutic Antibodies
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Given the clinical success that antibodies (formally known as “magic bullets”) have facilitated, the drug discovery field continues to search for new therapeutic candidates. This article highlights several techniques used in the process, and touches on current trends driving the field.

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How Cloud Computing Has Forever Changed HPC
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The recent Supercomputing 2018 conference highlighted clear examples of the potential of cloud-based High Performance Computing. In this article, we explore some of the projects driving the field forward.

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Emerging Technologies in Combating Foodborne Illness
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Rapid and accurate detection of foodborne pathogens is essential to prevent foodborne illnesses and to mitigate the associated economic losses. We take a look at some of the technological advances that are helping to make this happen.

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World Yoga Day: Finding the OM in GenOMics
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A recent climb in the number of people taking up a regular yoga or meditation practise has seen the terms “downward dog” and “tree pose” enter the everyday vocabulary of many. Today, on World Yoga Day, people come together across the world to celebrate the unity that yoga brings. However, from a scientific perspective, what evidence exists that supports the benefits of a regular yoga and meditation practise?

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