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Fighting COVID-19 with drug repurposing

A recent review, published in Pharmacological Reports, discusses the current efficacy of drug repurposing against COVID-19. The search The race […]

COVID-19 pandemic and the rise of Complex Innovative Design trials

Complex Innovative Design (CID) trials have the potential to increase efficiency and lower the costs of drug development. This type […]

AI and its role in the COVID-19 pandemic

The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in research and within clinical settings is becoming increasingly apparent. Recent studies, summarised by […]

COVID-19 clinical trials failing to enrol diverse populations

Despite global recognition that diversity within population studies is poor, clinical trials for current treatments and vaccines for COVID-19 still […]

COVID-19: Are we asking machine learning the right questions?

COVID-19 has put unprecedented strain on healthcare agencies across much of the developed and developing world. Governments have scrambled to […]

Where is AI for COVID-19 clinical decision support?

For the past number of years artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) have been subject to almost unbridled optimism, […]

Insilico & Arctoris partner to combine robotics & AI for COVID-19 therapeutics

American biotech, Insilico Medicine and research tech company, Arctoris Ltd, have announced a technology partnership to jointly discover and profile […]

Biorelate Ltd offer their AI platform free to researchers impacted by COVID-19

The venture-backed AI start-up, Biorelate, will offer their proprietary knowledge curation platform, Galactic, to scientists around the world, whilst the […]

10 MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab funded COVID-19 projects

Artificial intelligence, unsurprisingly, has been the leading technology pitched to solve most of our newfound pandemic problems, from finding a […]

COVID-19 DREAM Challenge: Validate your hypothesis with EHRs

The rapid spread of the current pandemic has left researchers and clinicians scrambling to fill in the gaps in our […]