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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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Building a Smart City

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Cities often don't work very well. Bins don't get collected. Traffic queues are long. Shops run out of goods. The Russian team behind Airalab think that AI can help streamline cities and the economy more widely. Their Robonomics platform aims to make it easier to bring automated, intelligent technology into the economy. With Smart City projects already on the go, from Dubai to Milton Keynes, we spoke to Airalab's Aleksandr Kapitonov to find out more.

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ELN, LIMS, CDS, LES: What’s the Difference?

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In this article, we look at the key differences between four common types of informatics systems. CSols Inc. is an independent informatics consultancy, and their Delivery Manager, Geoff Turnbull, will help us answer some important questions on the role these systems play, where they overlap with each other, and why we don’t just have one overarching system to rule them all.

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A Global HPC-Powered Hub for Natural Hazard Research

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DesignSafe is a data platform with a truly global goal: to predict and mitigate the impact of natural disasters. Here we find out how researchers in the field have been using DesignSafe to make their vital work faster, more efficient and more beneficial.

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Top Science Stories of 2018

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We have seen some amazing scientific breakthroughs in 2018. Here is a selection of our favorites.

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Synthetic Datasets Could Help Protect Privacy

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Scientists want access to data collected by others for their research, but such access could also compromise personal privacy, even after removal of so-called personally identifiable data. Now, statisticians are developing synthetic networks that may increase the availability of some data while still protecting individual or institutional privacy.



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Tiny Atomic Clock Could Enable Communication From Satellite Swarms
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Scientists at Tokyo Tech, Ricoh co. and The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology have developed an ultra-low-power atomic clock (ULPAC) for small satellites to enable future communication systems beyond 5G. The proposed device outperforms the current industry standards in various benchmarks, such as size, stability, and power consumption.

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Machine Learning Swiftly Analyzes Nanomedicines for Cancer Immunotherapy
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With their ability to treat a wide a variety of diseases, spherical nucleic acids are poised to revolutionize medicine. But before these digitally designed nanostructures can reach their full potential, researchers need to optimize their various components. A team has developed a direct route to optimize these particles, bringing them one step closer to becoming a viable treatment option for numerous diseases, including cancer.

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New Machine Learning Method Could Prevent Unnecessary Breast Surgery
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Researchers have found a machine learning method that can predict the likelihood that a high-risk type of breast lesion is cancerous, potentially saving some women from unnecessary surgeries and overtreatment.

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Overcoming the Identification Bottleneck in Untargeted Metabolomics: Combining Technological and Software Innovations
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Untargeted metabolomics approaches are allowing previously unreported insights into the pathogenesis of disease. However, identifying the large numbers of unknown and structurally diverse metabolites typically present in biological samples has proven to be a major bottleneck. Fortunately, recent advances in technology and software are helping to overcome this challenge.

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UK Lung Cancer Diagnostic Services: Time to Step Up
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The UK’s national health system needs to take a hard look at their priorities and procedures to ensure that rapid advances in molecular diagnostics in lung cancer are translated into a practical service for all patients, according to a report launched at the British Thoracic Oncology Group Annual Conference.

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A Renaissance for Microflow Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometry?
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First developed in the 1970s, recent developments are making microflow liquid chromatography techniques more robust – enticing researchers to revisit the opportunities it offers for more sensitive, high-throughput analyses requiring smaller sample volumes than standard flow techniques.

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Big Data Analysis Approaches for Drug Discovery
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Big data has long been a buzzword in drug discovery, but as analysis methods become more sophisticated, its potential is beginning to be realized. We look at some of the latest advances in big data analysis for drug discovery.

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Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging
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Artificial intelligence (AI) is developing rapidly and becoming integrated into our daily lives. How is AI advancing medical imaging in the diagnostics world?

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Shedding Light on Wine Fraud with NMR Fingerprinting
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Wine forgery, including adulteration, counterfeiting (e.g. mislabeling/misrepresentation) and intellectual property infringement, takes place on a global scale, but is on the rise in central Europe. To help in the fight against fraud, the industry are turning to NMR fingerprinting to stamp out the problem.

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