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Fighting COVID19 with bioinformatics & data science resource

Paul Agapow, Health Informatics Director at AstraZeneca, in Cambridge, UK and past D4 speaker, has complied a list of resources […]

Driving FAIR in BioPharma

According to research data specialists, 79% of their time is spent finding and organising data. The FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) […]

Deep learning in genomics – are we there yet?

As genomic sequencing becomes more routine, handling the sheer volume of data being produced is causing major issues. We must […]

EubOPEN consortium to provide open-source cheminformatics tools for one third of druggable proteins

The chemistry services team at EMBL has announced that they will provide an informatics infrastructure to the IMI-funded EUbOPEN Consortium […]

Review: Quantum computing for computational molecular biology

Researchers from the University of Oxford, Roche and UCB Pharma, have reviewed how the faster algorithms promised by quantum computing […]

Varenka Rodriguez DiBlasi, Boehringer Ingelheim: Computational biology approaches towards interrogating the tumor microenvironment

Varenka Rodriguez DiBlasi, Exploratory Bioinformatics Lab Head of Cancer Immunology at Boehringer Ingelheim, shared a case study at D4 USA […]

A guide to the basics of computational biology

A very kind Reddit user under the nom de plume, PalePinkPith, has decided the current situation we find ourselves in […]

Is data cleansing worth the cost?

Whilst many not directly involved in knowledge management or IT infrastructure may not be familiar with the challenges in handling […]

Interview with Seven Bridges: Bill Moss, CEO & Brandi Davis- Dusenbery, CSO: What the future holds for big data

Front Line Genomics recently caught up with Bill Moss, CEO, and Brandi Davis-Dusenbery, CSO, of Seven Bridges to hear their […]

Transforming R&D with Data

With the cost of developing a drug doubling every 9 years, the pharma business model will soon become largely unsustainable. […]