SciBite announced as finalists in Bio-IT World 2019’s Innovative Practices Awards

SciBite's innovative project with LifeArc has been shortlisted for Bio-IT World’s inaugural Innovative Practices Awards 2019.

We’re finalists! SciBite has been shortlisted for Bio-IT World’s inaugural Innovative Practices Awards at the upcoming conference and expo on 16-18 April 2019.

One of nine projects shortlisted, we’ve been recognised for our innovative work with LifeArc, the life science medical research charity, on real time ontology-led horizon scanning.

Throughout this project we developed a machine learning technology combining artificial intelligence approaches to unlock hidden knowledge in scientific content with the potential to accelerate LifeArc’s research and identify breakthrough discoveries that could have a positive impact on patient’s lives.

You can read more about our work with LifeArc in our latest blog post on how semantic enrichment is changing the way we search, or learn more about SciBite’s semantic platform of technology.

SciBite will be exhibiting at booth #423 at this year’s Bio-IT World. Among the team will be our Chief Technology Officer James Malone and Head of Ontologies Jane Lomax.

If you’d like to set up a meeting with the team to discuss your data challenges and how you can get more from your data, please do get in touch.

We hope to see you at Bio-IT World 2019 next month!

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