Tag Archives: Data

What Is A Data Science Mindset — And Does Pharma R&D Really Need One?

Pharma, I am constantly told by colleagues in Silicon Valley, needs to acquire a “data science mindset.” Yet the entire business of drug discovery and development is deeply rooted in data, in science, and in evidence. Robust documentation is required by strict regulators at every step along the path, from the composition of the therapeutic… Read More »

Wearable device for hand osteoarthritis sends data to clinicians

A wearable glove for the treatment of osteoarthritis can be controlled by a smartphone or a standalone Internet of Things device and can be remotely monitored by the patient’s doctor. The product, from Quantic Nanotech is touted as a wearable device for the aid, prevention and home treatment of osteoarthritis. The creator, Jose Luis Torre,… Read More »

Abortionists sue to block accurate data collection on abortion. What do they have to hide?

You’ve probably heard that abortion is “safe,” or that abortion is one of the “safest procedures” today. These are common talking points touted by Planned Parenthood and other pro-abortion groups in public. It sounds good — who doesn’t like safety? — but is there sufficient evidence to back up such bold claims? The evidence we… Read More »