3D images help physicians design appropriate interventions.
Seeking a non-invasive approach to cancer diagnosis and prognosis
How some tools are already impacting patients
As barriers to massive imaging collections fall, researchers can look at human systems in their entirety rather than in pieces
Contests involving algorithms for protein structure prediction, natural language processing, and computer-aided disease detection are giving researchers a jolt of adrenalin and moving these fields forward
Computers and human experts duke it out over who is better at diagnosing disease, interpreting images, or predicting protein structure
From hardened software to scientific productivity, the NCBCs have changed the landscape for biomedical computing. What will happen when their funding expires?
Why Biomedical Computation Review matters
Confidence boost for modelers
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