For the fifth year in succession, Atypon has figured in the International BioASQ Awards competition. Atypon’s ongoing R&D on artificial intelligence has led to four awards for four distinctive semantic innovation classes in the 2017 BioASQ Challenge. Atypon’s BioASQ group was joined by professors from Aristotle University in Thessaloniki, Greece. Atypon works closely with the University on disciplines such as machine learning and natural language processing.
An international team of physicians and researchers from Germany, the Netherlands, France, Spain, and the United States has identified a third case in which HIV infection has been cured by hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. The successful healing process of the patient, known as the “Düsseldorf patient,” was for the first time characterised in great detail […]
Researchers from University of California have developed a software that can detect cancer from a single blood sample. It can also identify the cancer type the patient is suffering from. The software is pre-equipped with database of tumor epigenetics. The molecular pattern of DNA from the blood sample of the cancer patient is analyzed against […]
Recently, 8 MDPI journals have been accepted for Scopus indexing, which are Axioms, Climate, Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, Lubricants, Mathematics, Microarrays, Robotics, and Toxics. Reference Link: http://www.mdpi.com/about/announcements/986