Intel

Intel’s Insights from BioData World Congress 2016

One of our sponsors at BioData World Congress– Intel, prepared a post- event article with insights on the most burning topics that were discussed last week. Last week I was pleased to join a host of partners, customers and industry experts at the leafy Genome Campus in Cambridge, UK, for this year’s BioData World Congress. As one of the world’s leading …

Tulane University – Rebuilding a Research Powerhouse

Ahead of BioData World Congress we wanted to share some examples of where high-performance computing is having a real and meaningful impact on scientific research. Tulane University needed to create a new high-performance (HPC) infrastructure following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. Technology from Intel and Dell brings an all-in-one cluster solution to Tulane, helping them to achieve extraordinary work across …

TGen/Dell/Intel collaboration optimizes genomic sequencing

Ahead of BioData World Congress we wanted to share some examples of where high-performance computing is having a real and meaningful impact on scientific research. With ‘From Bench to Bedside’ as its motto, TGen launched in June 2002 and today anchors a rising biosciences hub in Phoenix, Arizona. The non-profit institute is at the forefront of efforts to bring next-generation …

Big Data Solutions: Interview with Bob Rogers @Intel

Big Data Solutions is the leading big data initiative of Intel that aims to empower business with the tools, technologies, software and hardware for managing big data. Big Data solutions is at the forefront of big data analytics and our supporting partner DNA Digest got in touch with one of our speakers at BioData World Congress–  Bob Rogers, Chief Data Scientist, …

intel smartwatch parkinsons

Intel Develops Big Data Tools and Wearables to Diagnose and Study Parkinson’s

Intel has announced a partnership with the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research (MJFF) to develop Big Data tools that will hopefully help diagnose this degenerative disorder earlier, and find a cure. Wearable sensors under the form of smartwatches could be the biggest progress of the last 200 years in terms of assessment tools available to diagnose and study …