Data has been published for the first time about public knowledge of and interest in the process of medicines research and development.
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New insight into public interest in medicine research
Sensai, the data science platform for the unstructured world, today announced the launch of their company and their flagship platform. The Sensai platform makes it easy for businesses to quantify textual information to uncover insights that drive performance and growth.
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Kaggle—the San Francisco startup that has spent the past five years trying to push hardcore data science across the business world—has cut about a third of its staff as it tries to find new ways of making money. The post Data-Science Darling Kaggle Cuts a Third of Its Staff appeared first on WIRED .
Let the data collection begin! NASA's New Horizons spacecraft has finally started the first science phase of its mission to get up close and personal with the dwarf planet Pluto.
New research indicates that the data science skills gap continues to widen, and universities are attempting to close it by increasing their data science offerings. The expansion of data science programs could benefit many businesses in the future, but the delay between enrollment and graduation means that midsize IT managers may need to strategize to get the most out of their big data …
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Context Relevant today proudly announced that Christopher Re, a renowned data scientist and key member of the company’s Data Science Advisory Board, was named a Moore Investigator as part of the Data-Driven Discovery Initiative advanced by the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.
UT Southwestern Assistant Professor Chosen for $1.5 Million Data-Driven Discovery Award From Gordon and Betty Moore …
Dr. Kimberly Reynolds, Assistant Professor in the Cecil H. and Ida Green Comprehensive Center for Molecular, Computational, and Systems Biology and in the Department of Biophysics at UT Southwestern Medical Center, has been named one of 14 Moore Investigators in Data-Driven Discovery.
( UT Southwestern Medical Center ) Dr. Kimberly Reynolds, Assistant Professor in the Cecil H. and Ida Green Comprehensive Center for Molecular, Computational, and Systems Biology and in the Department of Biophysics at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, has been named one of 14 Moore Investigators in Data-Driven Discovery.
Computing researchers have come up with a new principle they call 'data smashing' for estimating the similarities between streams of arbitrary data without human intervention, and without access to the data sources.