Latest Industry Insights
How Data Analytics Is Reducing Transfusion Use and Length of Hospital Stays
With the advent of electronic health records, it is now possible to access larger, more comprehensive volumes of medical statistics than ever before. In this Insight, Chris Patrick, CEO of cloud provider Nuvodia, explores how this could lead to a medical data revolution.
How To Empower Ground-Breaking Research With Remote Compute Power
The University of Aberdeen’s HPC usage rocketed by 50% during the height of the pandemic. In this insight, Dean Phillips, assistant director, digital and information services at the University explains how pioneering research was able to continue remotely when moved off campus.
Agilent Science Futures – An Interview With Max Lennart Feuerstein
In this instalment of Science Futures, we hear from Max Lennart Feuerstein. Max tells us more about his research and how it could drive technical enhancements of data acquisition workflows
ASMS Introduces… An Overview of What’s New for 2021
Here we highlight some of the innovations featured at the 69th American Society for Mass Spectrometry (ASMS) Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics.
Agilent Science Futures – An Interview With Alexandra Richardson
In this interview, Alexandra Richardson tells us more about her research, the role that technology is playing in it and how important industry partnerships have been.
Using Artificial Intelligence To Detect Melanoma
To find out more about how AI can improve melanoma diagnosis, Technology Networks spoke to Dr. Kiran Motaparthi, director of dermatopathology and clinical associate professor of dermatology at the University of Florida and Julianna Ianni, PhD, vice president of AI R&D, Proscia.
Agilent Science Futures – The Impact of Academia–Industry Relationships on the Next Generation of Scientists
There is an inherent link between academia and industry that rarely gets the acknowledgement it deserves. Hear from a roundtable of PhD students on the impact that the collaborative relationship between academia and industry has on their work and the role that technology plays in the “Science Futures” initiative.
Keeping Pace With Trends and Developments in Analytical Science
Technology Networks spoke with Peter Zipfell to learn more about the Innovation Summits and the key themes that will be explored at the events. In this interview, Peter also shares his thoughts on current trends in analytical technologies and software.
Building the World’s First University Cloud Lab
To learn more about the CMU Cloud Lab, the motivation behind the project and the benefits it will bring, Technology Networks spoke to Rebecca Doerge, PhD, dean, Mellon College of Science, Carnegie Mellon University, and Toby Blackburn, head of business development and research, Emerald Cloud Lab.
Gaining MOMENTUM in Optimizing the Clinical Use of Cutting-Edge, Personalized Cancer Treatments
This article explores how the expanded use of systematic, collaborative registries should allow the medical device, pharmaceutical and oncology communities to gain additional momentum on the road toward personalized cancer care.