• AI Ushers in HPC Revival Says TACC’s Dan Stanzione

    Apr 23 | Bio-IT World | High performance computing is enjoying an extreme vindication, said Dan Stanzione, Associate Vice President for Research at The University of Texas at Austin and Executive Director of TACC. In the opening plenary presentation at last week’s Bio-IT World Conference & Expo, Stanzione said that after years of cloud computing hype, artificial intelligence now demands traditional high performance computing architecture. More
  • Unlocking Targeted Cancer Care: Biomarkers as the Key to Personalized Treatments

    Apr 19 | Bio-IT World | In modern medicine, biomarkers stand as pivotal indicators of biological processes or responses to therapeutic interventions, signaling a new era in clinical trial design and patient care. The driving idea behind the use of these tools is that by integrating the right biomarker information, scientists can properly select patients who are most likely to benefit from a particular therapy. More
  • New Products Win Praise at 2024 Bio-IT World Best of Show Awards

    Apr 16 | Bio-IT World | Bio-IT World announced six Best of Show winners yesterday at the 2024 Bio-IT World Conference & Expo in Boston. Honored new products came from winning companies including Combinatics, Osprey, Maxis.IT, Nurocore, Velsera, and Xybion. More
  • Age of Opportunity: Artificial Intelligence and the Precision Medicine Future

    Apr 16 | Bio-IT World | At the Precision Med TriConference 2024, Illumina Ventures partner Mara Aspinall sat with Eric Topol, endowed chair and executive VP and professor at Scripps Translational Science Institute, in a fireside chat to discuss precision medicine and artificial intelligence (AI). With three published books and more than 1,200 peer reviewed publications, Topol is one of the industry’s leading minds on digital medicine, and from his perspective, AI needs to be adapted sooner. More
  • Effects Of Genetic Mutations Become Knowable With ‘Super Minigene’ System

    Apr 11 | Bio-IT World | Molecular biologists at Iowa State University report the potential for the effects of genetic mutations to be known using a “super minigene” system developed in the lab of Ravindra Singh, Ph.D., professor of biomedical sciences. More
  • Novel Predictive Model For Explaining How Anti-Fibrotic Drugs Work

    Apr 10 | Bio-IT World | In drug discovery, the focus of machine learning and artificial intelligence tools has been on predicting outcomes without explanation or understanding of the biochemical pathways mediating those effects. But rigorous translation requires a solid science-based foundation to explain how a drug works, not just that it does. More
  • NVIDIA GTC Panel Explores the Role of Generative AI in Medicine

    Apr 09 | Bio-IT World | During the NVIDIA GTC conference held at the San Jose Convention Center and online March 18-21, NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang highlighted an array of advancements, including new foundation models coming to NVIDIA BioNeMo, a collaboration with Johnson & Johnson MedTech to expand AI’s role in surgical settings, and the launch of over two dozen generative AI microservices to advance areas like digital health, medical technology, and drug discovery. More
  • Bio-IT World Names 2024 Best of Show Finalists, People’s Choice Contenders

    Apr 08 | Bio-IT World | Bio-IT World announced the 2024 Best of Show Finalists and People’s Choice Contenders today, highlighting 26 new products from 27 different companies that will be on display at the Bio-IT World Conference and Expo, April 15-17, in Boston. The Best of Show Awards will honor several new products live at the event during the Best of Show Awards Reception beginning at 5:15 on Tuesday, April 16. More
  • Enhancing CRISPR: Utilizing Single-Cell Multiomics for CRISPR-based Drug Product Analysis

    Apr 05 | Bio-IT World | The pace at which CRISPR has transitioned from a research tool to a therapeutic modality is remarkable. Initially targeting genetic diseases, CRISPR holds tremendous promise across various indications, rapidly expanding into oncology and infectious diseases, indicating CRISPR's vast and continual evolution as a modality. More
  • RNA-Protein Complex Contributing To ‘Background Autoimmunity’ In Women

    Apr 03 | Bio-IT World | The single biggest risk factor for autoimmune disease is being biologically a female and many explanations have been proposed as to why that is, among them sex hormones and the X chromosome with its large number of immune-related genes. More
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