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Ethos for developing NLP tools to support researchers Smita Chakraborty, PhD

Ethos for developing NLP tools to support researchers 

May 24, 2023
Developing a Natural Language Processing (NLP) algorithm for research services is fascinating. It asks the AI engineer to merge many perspectives to deliver a complete tool. Every second a groundbreaking NLP algorithm hits the market, and researchers developing them need to be aware of the limitations and the conditions under which their NLP was developed....
Innovative Support for Researchers SciFlow:technology made for creating research publications

SciFlow: technology made for creating research publications

May 17, 2023
Preface: In the latest interview in our series on innovative companies that are developing support for researchers, we asked Carsten from SciFlow about how their technology for creating research publications is making academic writing easier. Not only is SciFlow a powerful platform for students and scientists to write and collaborate on journal articles, theses, and...
Michelson Prizes Bonnie Bender, Director of the Michelson Prizes for the Human Immunome Project

Michelson Medical Research Foundation (MMRF) and Human Immunome Project: Perspective from a funder

May 10, 2023
Preface: The deadline is coming up for the 2023 Michelson Prize on June 11, 2023. Learn more in this interview with Bonnier Bender, Director of the Michelson Prizes for the Human Immunome Project. Tell us more about the history and vision of the Michelson Medical Research Foundation and the Human Immunome Project. The Michelson Medical...
Iris.ai: a scientific AI trained to help researchers work the Iris.ai team. The Iris.ai logo appears under this text, and an image of the founding team standing against a wood plank wall appears at the right.

Iris.ai: a scientific AI trained to help researchers work

May 3, 2023
Preface: In the rapid expansion of AI tools over the past year, many scientists have seen the benefit of asking AI tools like Iris.ai to help with research, though questions abound on how and when to use them. We asked Anita from the EU-based Iris.ai about how their machine is trained specifically for helping researchers,...
Science communication: why writing a paper is no longer enough Kristen Schroeder, PhD

Science communication: why writing a paper is no longer enough

April 26, 2023
Preface: Writing a research paper is no longer enough. With pressing issues like climate change, antimicrobial resistance, and rampant misinformation it has never been more important for scientists to engage audiences and develop a relationship of trust and understanding with them. Institutions like universities and funding agencies have become more aware of the need for...
Global Campus: a platform to find researchers Paul Tuinenburg, founder. The Global Campus logo appears underneath this text and a photo of Paul against a dark red wall with a window is at the right.

Global Campus: a platform to find researchers

April 19, 2023
Preface: We asked Paul from Global Campus how researchers are being found, and learned about the power of semantic search to connect experts with the people trying to find them. Through Global Campus, an AI platform that looks through the entirety of published works to find a match for your input text or abstract, universities...
Radioteraquiz: gamified learning for medical professionals Maria Thereza Starling, MD, founder of Radioteraquiz. The Radioteraquiz logo appears below this text, and a photo of Maria Thereza in a white lab coat appears at the right.

Radioteraquiz: gamified learning for medical professionals

April 12, 2023
Preface: In medicine, it's a tough job to bring your best practice to each and every patient, so we asked Maria Thereza from Radioteraquiz how active, gamified learning can help radiotherapy professionals keep up to date and sharp on their skills. We learned that the app puts recent, evidence-based information on radiotherapy medicine into the...
PeerRef: journal-independent open peer review Elliott Lumb, PhD, founder and CEO of PeerRef. The PeerRef logo appears underneath this text and a picture of Elliott against a beige background is at the right.

PeerRef: journal-independent open peer review

April 5, 2023
Preface: In the latest article in our series on companies using innovation to support researchers, we are taking a look at the PeerRef platform for journal-independent open peer review. We asked Elliott of PeerRef to share with us how peer review is changing, and learned that the way forward is open peer review of preprint...

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