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Making connections at DataFest18

Steph Wright

28th March 2018

A few quick thoughts on the Cancer Innovation Challenge's networking event as part of the DataFest18 - Realising your data-driven healthcare innovation in Scotland.

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100 Ways of Using Data to Make Lives Better

Cherry Martin

14th December 2017

We had a chat with Cherry Martin, Communications Manager from The Farr Institute of Health Informatics Research to find out a bit more about the Institute, the 100 Ways of Using Data to Make Lives Better project and the #DataSavesLives hashtag.

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Musings on introducing new technology

Prof Brian McKinstry

17th October 2017

Prof Brian McKinstry, a GP, Professor of Primary Care eHealth and a clinical consultant on the Cancer Innovation Challenge, shares his thoughts on introducing new technologies.

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Mesothelioma and the hope of data

Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance

26th September 2017

On Mesothelioma Awareness Day (26 September), Emily Walash from the Mesothelioma Alliance in the US has written a guest blog to raise awareness of this rare cancer and how improvements can be brought about in new research, including the use of data. 

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Reflections on Dr Data

Nikita Filippov

7th September 2017

A guest blog from Nikita Filippov who is studying for an MSc in Data Science at Heriot-Watt University. He is currently undertaking an internship at HEINEKEN, where he is investigating the impact of promotions.He went to see the Cancer Innovation Challenge's Dr Data: The Answer to Cancer at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival so we asked him to give us his thoughts on the show!

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