Citizen Science and the Future of Global Health

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Science is reserved for people in white lab coats with expensive degrees and sophisticated equipment, right? Wrong. Citizen scientists are ordinary people who participate in science through data collection, scientific study participation or even just support of scientific projects or endeavors. Citizen scientists play a critical role in the healthcare and research worlds and should […]

Breaking Down Barriers: Why We Need to Decentralize Data

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Data is one of our most valuable commodities – it gives us critical information about our world and holds the key to cures for diseases. It’s also very expensive to create. Companies, universities and other institutions invest enormous amounts of time and money in research programs or clinical trials to produce important data with the […]

Hitting the Road: The Nano Vision Cureathon

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We have big and far-reaching goals to revolutionize global health. We want to accelerate the development of cures for cancer, the defeat of superbugs and the prevention of deadly infectious diseases like Ebola and the flu. We want to cure the curing process. Of course, no one can achieve this alone. This is a global […]