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Computer guided science tool advances one step furtherAug 13, 2015
The Knowledge Integration Toolkit or KnIT – which previously predicted unknown protein-protein interactions – is now fully automated without need for human involvement in its function.
Global Health Hackathon: Where clinical problems meet innovative solutionsAug 6, 2015
What could happen when you put healthcare professionals, engineers and businesspeople in one room and give them 24 hours to solve some of the most challenging clinical problems from across the world?
Smartphone app for teens puts reliable health information at their fingertipsAug 5, 2015
A new app from the Baylor Teen Health Clinic puts healthcare information and resources at the fingertips of teens and young adults.
Nanowafer technology more effective than topical eye dropsFeb 4, 2015
Researchers at Baylor have developed a nanowafer drug delivery system that is placed on the surface of the eye that contains arrays of drug-loaded nanoreservoirs.
Baylor College of Medicine takes important steps to offer innovation to the underserved across the globeJan 13, 2015
The Baylor Global Innovation Center, the research and development arm of Baylor Global Initiatives at Baylor College of Medicine, is now in full swing, set to offer innovation to areas that need it most.
$160,000 NIH grant advances mining of datasets in scientific articlesOct 21, 2014
Award will help informatics team explore ways to enable researchers to analyze or mine such datasets more easily.
Study shows promise in automated reasoning, hypothesis generation over complete medical literature Aug 25, 2014
Baylor partners with IBM research experts in developing tool that could mine all public medical literature, formulate hypotheses.
New technology may help identify safe alternatives to BPAMay 22, 2014
Baylor researchers help develop new tests that could offer a fast and cost-effective way to identify safe replacements for BPA.
Baylor, DNAnexus, Amazon Web Services collaboration enables largest-ever cloud-based analysis of genomic dataOct 25, 2013
Researchers from the Baylor College of Medicine Human Genome Sequencing Center are helping to usher genomic scientists and clinicians around the world into a new era of high-level data analysis in the cloud.
New technique sharpens our view of phage assembly inside cyanobacteriaOct 9, 2013
Combining a Zernike phase plate with electron cryo-tomography allows scientists "see” the process of virus assembly inside cells.