Sometimes, the use of metrics to assess the value of scientists is unavoidable. So let's come up with the best measure possible
September 12, 2012
Some scientists believe Alzheimer's should be relabelled diabetes type 3
September 10, 2012
By George Monbiot.
30 papers representing the integration and analysis of ENCODE data have been published
September 05, 2012
Amicus Canis Project
September 03, 2012
Can dogs detect hypoglycemia? The work hypothesis of this line of research headed by Ciberdem is that dogs trained to detect hypoglycemia can alert people who live with diabetic patients about the onset of a crisis before symptoms appear. This would allow them to react promptly to one of these episodes, reduce anguish and improve the quality of life of both the patients and their relatives.
Una plataforma abierta revoluciona el procesamiento de imágenes biomédicas
August 30, 2012
Ignacio Arganda, que trabaja en el Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), es uno de los impulsores de Fiji, una plataforma de código libre que permite compartir aplicaciones para mejorar el tratamiento de imágenes biomédicas.
News, Agencia SINC
Publication, Nature Methods
Why publish your negative results?
August 28, 2012
During an interview with Journal of Negative Results in BioMedicine (JNRBM), Dr Haiko Sprott provides some interesting and thought-provoking views on why the publication of negative results is valuable to the scientific community. By Gabriella Anderson
BioMed Central blog
Journal of Negative Results in Biomedicine