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Tumors

A tumor or tumour is the name for a neoplasm or a solid lesion formed by an abnormal growth of cells (termed neoplastic) which looks like a swelling. Tumor is not synonymous with cancer. A tumor can...

Stridor

Stridor is a high pitched wheezing sound resulting from turbulent air flow in the upper airway. It is primarily inspiratory. It can be indicative of serious airway obstruction from severe conditions...

Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is a carcinomatous cancer occurring in many different organs, including the skin, lips, mouth, esophagus, urinary bladder, prostate, lungs, vagina, and cervix. It is a ...

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A contract research organization, also called a clinical research organization, (CRO) is a service organization that provides support to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries in the form o...

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Clinical trials involving new drugs are commonly classified into four phases. Each phase of the drug approval process is treated as a separate clinical trial. The drug-development process will norma...

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Student Fights Harassment with Wikipedia

Every time Emily Temple-Wood receives an inappropriate email, she writes a Wikipedia entry about a woman scientist.

Resources on Patent Cooperation Treaty

Resources on Patent Cooperation Treaty Reporter: Aviva Lev-Ari, PhD, RN   From: Yossi Mograbi <yossi@vit4pro.com> Date: Wednesday, December 23, 2015 at 8:31 AM To: Aviva Lev-Ari <Aviv...

Can data mining improve health information on Wikipedia?

DocGraph will share the data it collects with WikiProject Medicine, a collaboration that works to improve health and medical content on Wikipedia.

Huge Modifiable Biomedical Database to Be Available on the Wikidata Site

Genome researchers are exploiting the power of the open Internet community Wikipedia database to create a comprehensive resource for geneticists,...

What Makes Wikipedia's Volunteer Editors Volunteer?

One answer: it makes them feel like part of a community -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Stigmergy, Anyone?

By Ernie Bush September 27, 2011 | The Bush Doctrine | Stigmergy is currently defined in Wikipedia as “A mechanism of indirect coordination between agents or actions. The principle is that the trace...

An Open Science plan: Wikidata for Research

Wikidata is to databases what Wikipedia is to encyclopedias - the free version that anyone can edit. Both aim to share "the sum of all human knowledge" across the world in a multitude of languages, an...

Milestones in the History of Technology: Week of February 29, 2016

Originally posted on The Story of Information: The first prototype klystron, manufactured by Westinghouse in 1940. (Source: Wikipedia) February 29, 1939 The klystron vacuum tube, the first significant...

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The Detection of Emerging Trends Using Wikipedia Traffic Data and Context Networks.

Can online media predict new and emerging trends, since there is a relationship between trends in society and their representation in online systems? While several recent studies have used Google Tren...

Temporal patterns of scientific information-seeking on Google and Wikipedia.

In response to the news coverage of scientific events and to science education, people increasingly go online to get more information. This study investigates how patterns of science and technology in...

Mining Missing Hyperlinks from Human Navigation Traces: A Case Study of Wikipedia.

Hyperlinks are an essential feature of the World Wide Web. They are especially important for online encyclopedias such as Wikipedia: an article can often only be understood in the context of related a...

The incidence and sequela of lymphocele formation after robot-assisted extended pelvic lymph node dissection.

To reveal an accurate incidence of lymphocele formation and its sequela following robot-assisted radical prostatectomy and extended lymph node dissection (eLND) in a contemporary prostate cancer cohor...

Content Volatility of Scientific Topics in Wikipedia: A Cautionary Tale.

Wikipedia has quickly become one of the most frequently accessed encyclopedic references, despite the ease with which content can be changed and the potential for 'edit wars' surrounding controversial...

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