Our unprecedented ability to collect, store and analyse data is opening up new frontiers in science and the humanities.
A mathematical toolkit could dramatically reduce crop losses from pests and pathogens, helping to safeguard future food security.
Scientists at Strangeways Research Laboratory are leading the search for the ‘genetic cards’ that determine an individual’s risk of cancer.
Computational biology is helping scientists to navigate through the data deluge generated from the analysis of cancer genomes.
Sharing the fruits of research in the biomedical sciences is critical for the advancement of knowledge, yet with the advent of large-scale data...
‘I raised to my lips a spoonful of the tea in which I had soaked a morsel of the cake. […] And suddenly the memory returns.’ À la Recherche du Temps...
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