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Harmonise technology through scientific ontologies adhering to public standards, whilst curating vocabulariesLearn more
The challenges of harmonising data to be Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and ReusableLearn more
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In this piece we'll show how natural language processing can be applied to build a searchable database of disease biomarkers, presented in the context of their corresponding scientific publications. To illustrate the power of this approach we'll focus on examples of protein biomarkers relating to Breast Cancer.Read
SciBite announces the release of SciBiteAI Relationship Extraction models, which provide the enhanced ability to identify complex relationships within text to further unlock insights from Life Sciences data.Read
“Do you have a pre-made knowledge graph covering biomedical literature?” is a question we often hear at SciBite. The answer is yes we do, and in this blog post we’ll describe what our SciBite Knowledge Graph is, its content and the types of questions it can answer.Read
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