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PaSER - Parallel database Search Engine in Real-time

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Traditionally data acquisition has been the bottleneck for large scale proteomics. This has also remained one of the limitations in leveraging mass spectrometry within the clinic.

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Big Data: Why Researchers Should Look for Depth, Not Breadth

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In the world of scientific and medical research, big data is often touted as the way we will solve some of our biggest questions and treat as yet untreatable diseases. But is more data really better? And what do we need to do to make the most out of all this information?

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Why the Future of Analytical Data Must Consider AI Principles

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In this article, Andrew Anderson, VP Innovation & Informatics Strategy at ACD/Labs argues why advances in data science need to be paired with AI data systems and why every future scientist should consider themselves a data scientist.

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COVID-19’s Links to Psychiatric Disorders Explored in New Study

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A new study has investigated the relationship between COVID-19 and psychiatric illness. The study’s authors say that their findings suggest that a diagnosis of COVID-19 increases the risk of subsequent psychiatric illness.

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Slimmed-Down Neural Networks Efficiently Model Language
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New research has discovered a neural network approach to natural language processing.

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Machine Learning Model Predicts Which Drug Combinations Kill Cancer Cells
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A new AI model has been developed to analyze how drug combinations targeted for cancer are able to kill cancerous cells.

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How BIg Data Can Save Lives in the Opioid Crisis
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New research has highlighted the importance of ethical handling of opioid use disorder information and the development of proper handling through the Public Health Data Warehouse.

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Getting a Grip: Fingerprint Findings Could Boost Prosthetics Research
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Our fingerprints have a self-regulating moisture mechanism that not only helps us to avoid dropping our phones halfway through an ambitious selfie, but could also help scientists to develop better prosthetic limbs, robotic equipment and virtual reality environments, suggests new research.

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Stunning Northern Lights May Be Associated With Ozone Destruction
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Wisps of pulsating aurora lights are a rare, yet magical sight. Now, scientists suggest they could be associated with destruction of part of the ozone.

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Inhibition of PDK1 Can Reverse Cellular Senescence
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Research findings by a KAIST team provide insight into the complex mechanism of cellular senescence and present a potential therapeutic strategy for reducing age-related diseases associated with the accumulation of senescent cells.

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Mapping the Human Proteome: A Conversation With Professor Emanuel Petricoin
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This year, science celebrates mapping 90% of the human proteome, an endeavor that has been achieved by the Human Proteome Project (HPP). Technology Networks explored the journey to this successful feat by speaking with Professor Emanuel Petricoin.

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Mapping the Human Proteome: A Conversation With Dr Lydie Lane
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This year, science celebrates mapping 90% of the human proteome, an endeavor that has been achieved by the Human Proteome Project (HPP). Technology Networks explored the journey to this successful feat by speaking with Dr Lydie Lane.

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Mapping the Human Proteome: A Conversation With Professor Chris Overall
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This year, science celebrates mapping 90% of the human proteome, an endeavor that has been achieved by the Human Proteome Project (HPP). Technology Networks spoke with Professor Chris Overall, Chair of the C-HPP, to learn more.

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Mapping the Human Proteome: A Journey
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In 2020, we celebrate 90% of the human proteome being mapped by the Human Proteome Project (HPP). In this article, we reflect on the history of this endeavor and the future of the proteomics field, speaking with individuals close to the project.

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Teach Me in 10
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At Technology Networks we understand the importance of time. That's why we've launched Teach Me in 10 a video series that challenges scientists to present and summarize their research area, a scientific concept, or technology in ten minutes or less.

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Gas Chromatography
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In this article, we bring together resources from the across the site on gas chromatography, how it works, its pairing with downstream techniques and what its applications are.

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