Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Wednesday, April 24, 2024

IU Startup Breaks Down Data Silos for Drug Discovery

If you happen to examine a list of possible side effects for any given medication, it’s plain to see that for every advancement pharmaceutical science, knowing exactly how a ...Full Article

Virtual Centipede Brings Meaning to Sequencing

In 1735, Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus defined what would become part of biology’s foundation by defining taxonomic descriptions that would help scientists tell species apart. Now, a new study ...Full Article

Baylor’s HGSC, DNAnexus Collaborate for Large-Scale Genome Analysis

The Human Genome Sequencing Center (HGSC) at Baylor College of Medicine and DNAnexus are coming together to analyze genomic data on a large scale. In doing so, Baylor has ...Full Article

Nutonian Derives Laws of Physics for Life Sciences

On Wednesay, Cambridge startup Nutonian (pronounced “Newtonian”) announced that it’s raised $4 million with the help of Atlas Venture to build its own analytics platform to unlock the “laws ...Full Article

Cloud Vendor Veeva Goes Public for Life Sciences

Despite uncertainty that has surrounded scientific research after the government shutdown, cloud computing company Veeva Systems went public last week and has declared that its focus will lie on ...Full Article

MongoDB Lends a Hand for Genome Sequencing

Available since February 2012, the Seven Bridges Genomics platform recently won BioIT World’s Best of Show award. The Cambridge, Massachusetts-based biotech company is looking to cater to researchers whose ...Full Article

New IDC Report Investigates IT Outsourcing for Life Sciences

Last week, IDC Health Insights released a new report comparing major life sciences IT vendors and what factors are most important when selecting an outsourcing IT vendor. Called IDC ...Full Article

Can Biology Handle Big Data?

When the Human Genome Project began in 1990, it was one of the most ambitious scientific endeavors to date. But today sequencing a human genome is considered old hat ...Full Article

EU Scientists Kick Off $1.6 Billion Human Brain Project

This week the Human Brain Project, a ten-year, $1.6 billion project co-funded by the EU that will bring together scientists from 135 institutions to better understand the human brain, ...Full Article

Biosciences Bring New Supercomputing Lab to Belgium

Computing and biotechnology experts from industry and academia alike are coming together in Belgium to create the ExaScience Life Lab, whose goal will be to advance supercomputing for applications ...Full Article
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