Armed with electronic health records and insurance claim information, data scientists are trying to predict who’s going to become addicted to opioids—and stop them before it’s too late.
Open Source reflections; designing with code re-use; and Cygwin
Computation can speed up the time it takes to find new binding partners for old drugs
Ever-Expanding and Heterogeneous
The Principal Investigators weigh in
As barriers to massive imaging collections fall, researchers can look at human systems in their entirety rather than in pieces
Six startups jockey for a place at the table. Who will succeed?
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