• Overcoming ‘Analysis Paralysis’ in Cell Painting With Artificial Intelligence

    Nov 25 | Bio-IT World | Gone are the days of only measuring single parameters in cell-based experiments. When researchers widen their focus, the end result is an abundant collection of information about the cellular response to perturbations—all nestled within colorful high-content images. More
  • Atomic Changes: Reshaping our Data Journey in Small Steps

    Nov 22 | Bio-IT World | Stan Gloss, founder of BioTeam, recently sat down with Mike Tarselli, Chief Scientific Officer at TetraScience, to chat about data for Bio-IT World’s Trends from the Trenches podcast and explore the most recent trends in how the life sciences is talking about and thinking about data. More
  • Clinical Exposomics Emerging As A Foundation For Precision Medicine

    Nov 17 | Bio-IT World | High-resolution mass spectrometry methods are in principle “good enough” to put into clinics everywhere to measure low-abundance environmental chemicals and start cataloguing individual exposures. With a focus on the “exposome"—the measure of all the exposures of an individual in a lifetime and how those exposures relate to health—healthcare professionals are examining clinical exposomics as a foundation for precision medicine. More
  • Repository For Neuroimaging Data To Facilitate Cross-Disciplinary Research

    Nov 16 | Bio-IT World | Scientists at the Montreal Neurological Institute of McGill University (Montreal, Canada) have created an open-source database, called “neuromaps,” housing more than 40 of the uncountably high number of brain maps in existence. The brain maps selected for aggregation were those thought to be most useful to the neuroimaging research community in contextualizing their results against structural and functional phenotypes. More
  • Repository For Neuroimaging Data To Facilitate Cross-Disciplinary Research

    Nov 16 | Bio-IT World | Scientists at the Montreal Neurological Institute of McGill University (Montreal, Canada) have created an open-source database, called “neuromaps,” housing more than 40 of the uncountably high number of brain maps in existence. The brain maps selected for aggregation were those thought to be most useful to the neuroimaging research community in contextualizing their results against structural and functional phenotypes. More
  • Vision-Casting for a Digital Twin Future

    Nov 15 | Bio-IT World | Digital twins are at a tipping point. Many of the enabling technologies are in place; what’s left now is to build a global community around enabling them. That was the challenge to the audience at last month’s Bio-IT World Conference & Expo, Europe. More
  • Unlocking Life Sciences Data Challenges With Knowledge Graphs

    Nov 11 | Bio-IT World | The life sciences industry generates huge volumes of data each day. When left in its raw form, researchers and data scientists cannot sift through data quickly to answer pressing questions. By building a visual, interconnected network describing the relationships between existing data and knowledge entities, researchers can answer questions more quickly than ever before. More
  • Building—and Tracking—a Data Strategy at the Novartis Institute for Biomedical Research

    Nov 10 | Bio-IT World | At the Bio-IT World Conference and Expo, Europe, last month, Philippe Marc, Executive Director and Global Head, Integrated Data Sciences, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research, outlined NIBR’s updated data and data management strategy—going into transparent detail about how NIBR has arranged their data strategy vision and how they intend to assess it moving forward. More
  • Comparing Open Source Research Data Management Tools

    Nov 08 | Bio-IT World | At the Bio-IT World Conference and Expo, Europe, event in Berlin last month, Eelke van der Horst of The Hyve compared various open source research data management tools including The Hyve’s new offering: Fairspace. More
  • People, Like Worms, May Have Distinct Biological Ages

    Nov 03 | Bio-IT World | The timing of age-associated vigorous movement cessation is highly correlated with lifespan across populations, but the reason may be some unknown upstream factor that throws into question the way biomarkers are sometimes used to track the benefits of anti-aging therapies. At least that’s what is suggested by a new study using a “Lifespan Machine” to follow the life and death of tens of thousands of nematodes. More
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