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Paired vs Unpaired T-Test: Differences, Assumptions and Hypotheses
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This article will explain when it is appropriate to use a paired t-test versus an unpaired t-test, as well as the hypothesis and assumptions of each.

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How Bad Is the Coronavirus Outbreak Becoming?
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The short answer is, in terms of deaths at least, the current coronavirus outbreak is not as bad as it was initially predicted. However, researchers are working tirelessly as new data becomes available to refine models vital for disease management.

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How Can Blockchain Be Implemented in the Life Sciences Ecosystem?
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A recent report published by PreScouter reviewed three broad areas of blockchain deployment in the healthcare, biopharmaceutical, and medical technology sectors as well as the challenges these sectors need to overcome for wider adoption. In this article, the authors of the report review their findings.

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Changing Science, Changing Scientists: How Technology Has Changed The Role of an Analytical Chemist
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Certain advances in technology don’t just promise new capabilities but threaten to change from the ground up how research is conducted in a lab group or company. In this interview, I speak to ACD/Labs' Andrew Anderson about how the day-to-day life of a chemist has been changed by technologies like AI and automation.

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AI in Pharma – Adoption, Disruption and Drug Discovery
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SLAS2020 began with an in-depth look at how artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the landscape of drug discovery. On January 27, hundreds of attendees welcomed Jackie Hunter, Ph.D. to the stage as she offered those listening key insights gained from over 30 years in the bioscience sector.

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Latest on Coronavirus Outbreak
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As the novel coronavirus, that originated in Wuhan, China continues its global march, the first two cases have been confirmed in the UK. This brings the number of affected countries to 24, although all 213 deaths have thus far been isolated to China.

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From Buzzword to Clinical Tool: Setting the Record Straight on AI in the Life Sciences
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Concrete examples of how AI can improve fields like life sciences can be hard to come by. I recently spoke to InveniAI's Krishnan Nandabalan to find out exactly how AI technology can boost the life sciences.

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Understanding the Weather That Keeps NASA Flying High
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The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is widely known for its space exploration activities. But NASA also has a deep interest in looking towards our own planet. In this article, we explore how NASA's weather monitoring systems use powerful supercomputers to understand our planet's climate.

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Through the Art of Proteomics, Scientists Paint a Portrait of the Mouse Uterus
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Scientists from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) recently published a study outlining their successful feat in mapping the proteome of the exceptionally small mouse uterus.

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Population Waits With Bated Breath as Coronavirus Continues Its Global March
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Whilst WHO officials are yet to declare the ongoing coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan a global health emergency, China are taking preventative steps in the face of a growing and spreading caseload.

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