It’s impossible to predict what the hottest new tools will be, but here are a few gems that caught our attention
Using a 3-D computer model, scientists have simulated stem cells growing within a scaffold to predict which combination of properties will produce the most bone
A support vector machine approach to cataloguing NIH expenditures
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.
Hidden Markov models estimate DNA loop kinetics
An exploration of data-driven and process-driven approaches to data privacy
Public databases impact not only how research is done but what kind of research is done in the first place.