We report the opening night of Biodesign Here Now, an event featuring architects, artists, textile designers, and many more creatives who have found ways to bring together biology and design in their work, showing a way forward for collaboration between the two fields.READ MORE
AI has come a long way from its humble beginnings. With the advanced development of AI systems and machine learning, more significant medical applications for the technology are emerging. In this article, we explore how the field of cancer diagnosis is advancing hand-in-hand with AI.READ MORE
In a bid to push personalized medicine forward, an ambitious ground-breaking £200 million project will see the 500,000 BioBank participants' whole genomes sequenced.READ MORE
Electron microscopy (EM) image analysis can be an immensely useful process for researchers, but too often is also laborious and time-consuming. New software packages are changing that. We caught up with Laurent Billy, Director of Product Management, Applications Software at Thermo Fisher Scientific to find out more about the future of EM image analysis.READ MORE
Can high-resolution images offer better accuracy in AI support for decision making than the standard low-resolution images used in most deep learning models today? The answer can help us understand the details that are critical for fine-tuning of all machine learning work, on all machines.READ MORE
Elon Musk has never been afraid to push the envelope when working towards a more innovative future. One of Musk's latest projects, called Neuralink, wants to help people interact with computers by using their minds. Here, we take a look at Musk's claims that Neuralink will bring brain-machine interfaces to the public.
The healthcare industry has long been late to the technology party. Now, that is changing. What impact will these shifts have on the way we research, treat patients, and analyze data? In this article, we explore some of the most striking ways in which data will change healthcare.READ MORE
The All of Us research project will sequence the genome of one million individuals in the United States with the aim to enable advances in personalized medicine.READ MORE