Technology is advancing in ways most of us never thought possible. But now the Motion Picture Industry has something special to bring to the health care field.
Health Care Software and Mobile Apps
Articles in this topic describe how specific software programs and mobile apps have changed health care for the better. These programs allow patients to access their own health information, while they allow doctors, nurses, technicians and other health professionals to share, organize and classify data for better patient care.
Increasing patient friendly health care technology is an efficient solution to health care problems faced today. Learn more about information technology and how effective it can be.
The world is made up of all kinds of people. Racial, religious, and language diversities are everywhere. A new health care technology breaks down those barriers so that every person can benefit from proper medical care.
The IBM Supercomputer is making great strides in the medical world. It is helping to not only find cures for diseases but also to make individualized care a reality.
HealthMap is a useful disease monitoring tool. Learn more about this new surveillance system that tracks disease outbreaks across the globe.
In this article we examine artificial life – or biological systems in an artificial world. Find out what major advances there have been in the field recently.
Artificial life is a fascinating concept in scientific terms, but it’s also interesting to explore the concept as it applies to computer games.
Tissue engineering is an expanding field in many respects. Computer aided tissue engineering, or CATE, is one division of this area of study that is expanding due to its supportive nature in the tissue engineering field.
In Australia, teachers have access to a unique tool to help them educate their students about environmental science: an Internet-based computer game called Murder under the Microscope. Classroom-based teams compete to solve an environmental “crime” and to develop a plan to correct it.
This article reviews the use of computer-based medical simulation to reduce medical errors.
Scientists today desperately want to create a living organism, or artificial life from the cell up and that means that they have to construct a cell and a cellular membrane and then actually place nucleotides within the cellular structure so that the DNA sequencing could take place.
Artificial life is an interesting and complex subject. Learning about the history of this fascinating field can make modern day research a little easier to understand. Part One of this series covers artificial life before computers, self-replicating machines, and cellular automata.
Part One of this series focused on self-replicating machines, and cellular automata. This second part will look at how the field of artificial life was revolutionized by the advent of the computer age.
Artificial life is a fascinating but complex subject. Checking out some of these online examples of artificial life “games” can shed some light on how the concept works, and the types of applications for which it can be used.
Although there have been numerous breakthroughs in the world for creating artificial life, most scientists think that the ten year prediction is a little too soon. According to some scientific sources, there are claims that scientists could be within ten years of actually creating artificial life.
Computer aided drug design abbreviated as CADD, uses different computational methods for simulation of different drug-receptor interactions. CADD has created a boom in the field of pharmacy and bioinformatics.
Mathematical models and numerical analysis combined with computing allow scientists and engineers to simulate scientific problems to develop better solutions.
More and more biology friendly languages are coming on the dock and SBML is one among them. SBML has become highly popular among those who pursue systems biology.
Can a human being be created by synthesizing chemicals, or by building artificial DNA, RNA, and genetic codes? Can human or animal organisms be created? If so, can they be made to interact in the same manner as they do in the natural forms?