Remodelling Machine Learning: An AI That Thinks like a Scientist
Modern machine learning is great for helping scientists sort through huge data sets. But it’s less useful for things that require inference or reasoning – both vital to the scientific process. One group of scientists are now trying to fix this problem with a new kind of machine learning. This new approach aims to find the underlying algorithmic models that interact and generate data, to help scientists uncover the dynamics of cause and effect.
Top 5 LIMS and LIMS Consulting Myths - Busted
Having been in the Laboratory Informatics and LIMS Consulting business for quite some time, we at CSols, Inc. have been exposed to many myths and misconceptions. While there may be a small kernel of truth to some of these, for the most part these statements do not hold water. In this video, we listed out the top five myths and “Bust” them.
Top Science Stories of 2018
We have seen some amazing scientific breakthroughs in 2018. Here is a selection of our favorites.
The Science of Christmas
Does Rudolph's nose really glow? Why doesn't anybody see Santa deliver presents? Modern science can help you explain the mysteries of Santa to your kids!
The Advantages of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in the Drug Discovery Process
Dr Ola Engkvist, AstraZeneca, explains how the drug discovery process benefits from artificial intelligence and machine learning.
How Deep Learning Architectures Have Improved Chemical Reaction Prediction
Dr Ola Engkvist, AstraZeneca, explains how deep learning architectures improve chemical reaction prediction.
Applying Deep Learning Architectures to de novo Molecular Drug Design
Dr Ola Engkvist, AstraZeneca, outlines how deep learning architectures are being applied to drug discovery.
Postdoc Me Now - A "Don't Stop Me Now" Science Parody
We get it, grad school is hard. That's why we made a whole music video about it. When you get to the end of your PhD, it's time to say, "POSTDOC ME NOW!"
The World's First Bioelectronic Medicine
Northwestern University and Washington University School of Medicine researchers have developed the first example of a bioelectronic medicine: an implantable, biodegradable wireless device that speeds nerve regeneration and improves healing of a damaged nerve. Their device delivered pulses of electricity to damaged nerves in rats after a surgical repair process, accelerating the regrowth of nerves and enhancing the recovery of muscle strength and control. The device is the size of a dime and the thickness of a sheet of paper and dissolves in the body after about two weeks.
Why Is Cell-by-Cell Analysis Important?
Considerable heterogeneity exists in even the simplest of cell systems. Watch this video to learn why cell-by-cell analysis is important.