Why choose SciBite?

At SciBite, we're passionate about helping our customers get more from their data. We love what we do and we think you'll love working with us, here's why...

  • DNA Strand

    Built by scientists for scientists

    Our suite of semantic solutions is the culmination of the perfect storm of tens of years of experience

  • Magnifying Glass

    Unique deep learning approach

    Transforming previously unusable but scientifically relevant textual content into machine-readable clean data

  • Heart

    Putting customers at the heart

    Our philosophy is to listen, engage & work together with our customers to make ground-breaking achievements

  • Pharmaceutical

    Supporting the top 20 pharma

    Our customers are utilising higher quality data, integrating more data much faster with greater accuracy

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News and opinion

  1. Leveraging Semantics for Effective Navigation of Scientific Content – A Copyright Clearance Center & SciBite Perspective

    In an increasingly data-driven society, it can be overwhelming to keep your knowledge base current, and effectively utilise data. The result in many organisations is underutilising the data and content available to them.

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  2. SciBite’s newest VOCabs – What’s in our 6.5.2 TERMite/ VOCabs release

    SciBite’s vocabularies fuel a host of use cases, from complex querying to data integration and discovery of new knowledge. In the 6.5.2 release of VOCabs, SciBite introduces the new Emtree VOCab pack, as well as a new Sequence Ontology vocab to the Genotype-Phenotype vocab pack. Several updates to existing vocabularies are also included.   

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  3. Delivery of Precision Medicine Through Alignment of Clinical Data to Ontologies

    Precision medicine is changing the way that we think about the treatment of disease, moving from broad-acting therapies to therapies tailored to the individual patient. This increasingly relies on real-world data (RWD), encompassing a diverse range of sources, spanning multi-omic molecular characterisation of the patient’s condition, clinical presentation, treatment, and broader medical histories.

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