State-of-the-art approaches are a boon to biomedicine
Collaborations are a fact of life for interdisciplinary fields like biomedical computing, and social scientists can help researchers understand how to make them more productive
Leveraging Science and Technology for Effective Instruction
The tools to sequence the genomes of individual cells yield data that’s noisy and somewhat unreliable. What bag of tricks can bioinformaticians use to address these challenges?
Applying deep learning to biomedical images has the potential to enable earlier and more accurate disease detection, allow more precisely tailored treatment plans, and ultimately improve patient outcomes.
How SNORKEL can help researchers label training data
As algorithms evolve, computing power explodes, and scientists solve a greater number of 3-D protein structures, computer-aided design has the potential to dramatically cut the cost and time of drug discovery
In the midst of the Ebola epidemic, modelers tried to predict its spread, with some success. Now they’re reflecting on the lessons learned.
Janelia farmers pursue novel, cross-disciplinary collaborations to work on long-term, unwieldy scientific problems difficult to tackle in a single laboratory
- 1 of 49