Can the complexities of biology be boiled down to Amazon.com-style recommendations? The examples here suggest possible pathways to an intelligent healthcare system with big data at its core.
Researchers are bringing machine learning to the clinic
Computational simulations of life in motion at every scale—molecular, cellular, tissue-level, and whole organism—are boosting our understanding of the role mechanics plays in controlling life.
Charles A. Taylor, PhD, associate professor of bioengineering at Stanford University, is PI for the cardiovascular dynamics project within Simbios.
A recognition of biocomputing's successes and a prediction of what's to come
Simulations illuminate the inner workings of blood at multiple levels
Advances in visualization changing work flows for understanding molecular dynamics, tracking cell movements, and designing interventional procedures