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Cancer Clinical Trial Accrual: We Have a Problem

Rose Mary Padberg
2011 Journal of Cancer Education  
support the science of accrual.  ...  The clinical research sponsors need to provide resources and tools to support the accrual activities of clinical trial professionals and investigators in the field.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13187-011-0224-0 pmid:21445681 fatcat:zoe3g6w5dvc5lik3uv6ujlipji

The Tao of open science for ecology

Stephanie E. Hampton, Sean S. Anderson, Sarah C. Bagby, Corinna Gries, Xueying Han, Edmund M. Hart, Matthew B. Jones, W. Christopher Lenhardt, Andrew MacDonald, William K. Michener, Joe Mudge, Afshin Pourmokhtarian (+3 others)
2015 Ecosphere  
We present an overview of tools and best practices that can enable these shifts in mindset at each stage of the research process, including tools to support data management planning and reproducible analyses  ...  Here we describe several key shifts in mindset that underpin the transition to more open science.  ...  Data Life-cycle Support OpenRefine Web-based tools for working with data.  ... 
doi:10.1890/es14-00402.1 fatcat:hoitnkpzczhl5nj2l3bqqhrr3u

Educational Competition for Digital Presentation and Preservation of Scientific Heritage

Zsolt László Márkus, Tibor Szkaliczki, György Szántó, Miklós Veres, Zsolt Weisz, László Molnár, László Csaba Szarka
2021 Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage  
This paper presents how digital tools could help in organising educational competitions and transfer new knowledge during these events.  ...  Educational competitions belong to the most effective ways for motivating students to gain new knowledge on a specific domain. They can even bring scientific heritage closer to the next generation.  ...  Acknowledgements Support of the National Research, Development and Innovation Fund of Hungary (no. ED_18-1-2018-0011) is gratefully acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.55630/dipp.2021.11.15 fatcat:g6ayr3exrfc7vbe2sfyh2dvwji

Literature Mining Solutions for Life Science Research

Jörg Hakenberg, Goran Nenadic, Dietrich Rebholz-Schuhmann, Jin-Dong Kim
2013 Advances in Bioinformatics  
Acknowledgment e guest editors wish to thank all authors for their contributions to this special issue, as well as the numerous reviewers who supported the authors and us with their invaluable feedback  ...  Research and development in the area of biomedical literature analysis aims at providing life science researchers with effective means to access and exploit knowledge contained in scienti�c publications  ...  , and other researchers in life sciences.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2013/320436 pmid:23365570 pmcid:PMC3556398 fatcat:auy5vbcddfbwldfu3pfriasd5q

Linking genes to literature: text mining, information extraction, and retrieval applications for biology

Martin Krallinger, Alfonso Valencia, Lynette Hirschman
2008 Genome Biology  
Efficient access to information contained in online scientific literature collections is essential for life science research, playing a crucial role from the initial stage of experiment planning to the  ...  This review presents a general introduction to the main characteristics and applications of currently available text-mining systems for life sciences in terms of the following: the type of biological information  ...  Thanks to Carlos Rodriguez Penagos and Florian Leitner for useful discussions and feedback. The participation of LH was supported under National Science Foundation Grant II-0640153.  ... 
doi:10.1186/gb-2008-9-s2-s8 pmid:18834499 pmcid:PMC2559992 fatcat:oeqr7ctzgjeo5nnw53fimelwxa

Internet in Drug Design and Discovery

Igor V. Tetko
2008 The Open Applied Informatics Journal  
The development of Internet technologies and the WWW has dramatically influenced all aspects of modern life. Is their development also beneficial for drug discovery?  ...  This article reviews advantages of web technologies and their influence on the drug discovery process.  ...  Development of Web services using XML-based protocols can to great degree solves problem of data inconsistency. A growing number of web services in life science were recently reviewed [21] .  ... 
doi:10.2174/1874136300802010018 fatcat:ofpkdqm2aje47kfxrkck5upbq4

ADS Labs - Supporting Information Discovery in Science Education [article]

Edwin A. Henneken, Donna Thompson
2012 arXiv   pre-print
One element that makes the ADS uniquely relevant for the science education community is the availability of powerful tools to explore aspects of the astronomy literature as well as the relationship between  ...  Literature discovery and review are important components of science education, aiding the process of preparing for a class, project, or presentation.  ...  The ADS is funded by NASA grant NNX12AG54G.  ... 
arXiv:1210.0840v1 fatcat:iryyuylmgne3xeuonyxzqu5wti

SEBI: An Architecture for Biomedical Image Discovery, Interoperability and Reusability Based on Semantic Enrichment

Syed Ahmad Chan Bukhari, Michael Krauthammer, Christopher J. O. Baker
2014 Workshop on Semantic Web Applications and Tools for Life Sciences  
In order to resolve these challenges and to support interoperability and reusability of biomedical images, we propose a general framework for semantic enrichment of biomedical images called SEBI.  ...  SEBI utilizes the information extracted from images as seed data to harvest new annotations from heterogeneous online biomedical resources.  ...  In the life sciences, spreadsheets and databases continue to be the conventional formats used to store ex-perimental data.  ... 
dblp:conf/swat4ls/BukhariKB14 fatcat:uuxbtuc7xjf4bpi3lkxfxdykyi

The research life cycle and the health sciences librarian: responding to change in scholarly communication

Andrea M. Ketchum, MLIS, AHIP
2017 Journal of the Medical Library Association  
In contrast to the UNC-CH localized model of the research life cycle, Kramer and Bosman identified six main phases, based on a global survey of researchers' use of digital tools [10] : Discovery  Analysis  ...  By planning strategically, librarians in the health sciences can demonstrate their value to their institutions as knowledgeable information resources who are able to support all aspects of the contemporary  ... 
doi:10.5195/jmla.2017.110 pmid:28096750 pmcid:PMC5234449 fatcat:5uoy2pldr5dm7l5ec4l3ocaohi

Accessing Biomedical Literature in the Current Information Landscape [chapter]

Ritu Khare, Robert Leaman, Zhiyong Lu
2014 Msphere  
In the past few decades, several online search tools and literature archives, generic as well as biomedicinespecific, have been developed.  ...  Summary Biomedical and life sciences literature is unique because of its exponentially increasing volume and interdisciplinary nature.  ...  Acknowledgments This research was supported by the Intramural Research Program at the National Institutes of Health, National Library of Medicine.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4939-0709-0_2 pmid:24788259 pmcid:PMC4593617 fatcat:xilfx32asrd3lhrmfirfgq7o4u

Using in silico process simulation tools in pharmacy education: Considerations for pivoting to online learning

Deirdre M D'Arcy, Thi Thanh Van Pham, Marina Navas Bachiller, Nikoletta Fotaki, Tim Persoons
2021 Pharmacy Education  
In silico, or computer based, process simulations are ideal tools for incorporation into online programme elements, however the scaffolding of learning with in silico tools requires a structured approach  ...  A previously developed face-to-face workshop, which used in vitro and in silico dissolution testing, was pivoted to an online learning element using an in-house dissolution simulation programme.  ...  However, the use of in silico, or computer-based process simulations tends to be reported more in educational literature relating to physical sciences, for example, chemical engineering (Li & Huang, 2017  ... 
doi:10.46542/pe.2020.202.124135 fatcat:ovntuiafdjdddpn27zvz6wpupq

Next-generation phenomics for the Tree of Life

Gordon Burleigh, Kenzley Alphonse, Andrew J Alverson, Holly M Bik, Carrine Blank, Andrea L Cirranello, Hong Cui, Marymegan Daly, Thomas G Dietterich, Gail Gasparich, Jed Irvine, Matthew Julius (+16 others)
2013 PLOS Currents  
This research represents a new approach to data collection that has the potential to transform phylogenetics research and to enable rapid advances in constructing the Tree of Life.  ...  of phenotypes across the Tree of Life.  ...  Even with powerful NSF-supported online tools to organize and store such data (e.g., MorphoBank 15 ), much of the data entry must still be done manually 16 .  ... 
doi:10.1371/currents.tol.085c713acafc8711b2ff7010a4b03733 pmid:23827969 pmcid:PMC3697239 fatcat:zy6bcq3annawffxtswzgrtdchy

Communicating Science through a Novel Type of Journal

Michelle T. Juarez, Chloe M. Kenet, Chiandredi N. Johnson
2017 CBE - Life Sciences Education  
CBE-Life Sciences Education • 16:le2, 1-2, Summer 2017 16:le2, 1 To the Editor: We would like to bring to the attention of the CBE-Life Sciences Education (LSE) community an online journal, Frontiers for  ...  Frontiers for Young Minds uses two article formats: 1) new discovery-to introduce a recent development in science by highlighting a previously published and peer-reviewed article; and 2) core concept-to  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work was supported by a grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (R03AI117671) to M.T.J. and institutional support to  ... 
doi:10.1187/cbe.16-12-0345 pmid:28408405 pmcid:PMC5459263 fatcat:wxk32odgdjfnjbgpqvoca4znsm

Study on the Data Management of Citizen Science: From the Data Life Cycle Perspective

Khin Mar Shwe
2020 Data and Information Management  
Finally, the study provides the process and procedure of citizen science data management in an effort to contribute the scientific data and the design of data life cycle to academic and governmental works  ...  This study aims to analyze the scientific data contribution of citizen science under the data life cycle approach.  ...  Acknowledgements: This work was an outcome of "Human-Computer Interaction and Collaboration Team" (Whu2016020), supported by "Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities."  ... 
doi:10.2478/dim-2020-0019 fatcat:rxez2kqainbcbkujbyuh6jythe

A critical study of effect of Web-Based software tools in finding and sharing digital resources - A literature review

Muntajeeb Ali Baig
2010 i-manager's Journal of Educational Technology  
and support learning activities Social capturing stories to bring learning objectives to life (Cobb, Bookmarking is used in education institutions.  ...  The objective of the study is to review the effect of web-based tools and enlist web-based tools for sharing and finding digital resources using web 2.0 technologies.  ... 
doi:10.26634/jet.7.3.1343 fatcat:cagykl3dknezng5bkvs6m5pjqa
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