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  • Added 11th September 2014

    Interpreting Next Generation Sequence Data

    DNA sequencing technology is transforming biomedical research, from the study of cancer therapies to rare disorders. But researchers still must look through massive amounts of scientific literature to locate facts ...

  • Added 11th September 2014

    The Future of Chemoinformatics

    When designing information systems and research solutions for chemists, every possibility deserves consideration. From contextualizing citations to improving searches based on usage patterns, many big ideas are on the drawing ...

  • Added 11th September 2014

    Monitoring Scholarly Scientific Literature

    To stay current with the latest scientific research, medical affairs professionals must know the best sources for articles. Equally vital is having the "search savvy" needed to effectively mine those ...

  • Added 26th August 2014

    With the Right Tools, Big Data Boosts Efficiency

    As the ocean of available research swells, scientists risk getting lost in the deluge. But advanced text-mining tools are making it easier to sift through data, make connections and gain ...

  • Added 12th August 2014

    Data Integration Driving Research Efficiency

    A crucial part of the information manager's job is to prove the value of research tools. Informatics must be tied to business outcomes, or else management won't make the investment.How ...

  • Added 12th August 2014

    Overcoming Challenges in Multi-Disciplinary R&D

    Modern drug development demands a broad approach, one that looks to many scientific disciplines for knowledge, but searching multiple streams can be difficult and time-consuming.How are information managers at one ...

  • Added 8th August 2014

    From Library Stacks to Online Searches

    The early 1800s saw an explosion in research, resulting in the first attempts at organizing scientific data. From books and journals to 20th century card catalogs and microforms to today's ...

  • Added 30th July 2014

    Bridging the Gaps in Personalized Medicine

    From mail order genetic testing kits to "wearables" that measure a person's vital signs on the go, we have better access to our medical data than ever before. But using ...

  • Added 14th July 2014

    The Perfect Balance

    Bigger may be better, but the quality and specificity of results is as important as their quantity. To effectively support chemists in all disciplines, you need intelligent information systems that ...

  • Added 1st July 2014

    Exploring Autophagy in Cancer

    Dr. Philip Lorenzi of MD Anderson has been cataloguing the cellular components of the autophagy process, a project which requires data analysis software that can identify the most proteins and ...

  • Added 30th June 2014

    Pharmacovigilance and Risk Management

    Monitoring the safety of a medicine is a vital and ongoing part of that product's life cycle. A pharmacovigilance team has many roles and responsibilities, including collecting and analyzing data, ...

  • Added 12th June 2014

    Data Mining Techniques

    A review of data-mining techniques (DMT) and applications during the 2000 to 2011 period shows that there was an explosion of new development in that decade, particularly driven by increased ...

  • Added 8th May 2014

    Search literature for medical device safety

    Keeping track of your medical devices in the scientific literature is a critical and often challenging responsibility that requires exhaustive, nuanced searching. Donna Sees, an experienced information consultant for pharmaceutical ...

  • Added 17th April 2014

    Meeting pharmacovigilance requirements

    New EU guidelines and FDA regulations demand detailed tracking of adverse events for medical devices. Monitoring large amounts of biomedical literature – journals, conferences, patient reports, etc. – may seem ...

  • Added 17th April 2014

    Big data & medicinal chemistry

    Increasingly, researchers are becoming overwhelmed by their own research. The advent of the digital world and an ever-greater need for interdisciplinary research are burdening scientists with more data than they ...