by Trish Adkins
When you think of childhood cancer research, you may imagine samples in test tubes and microscopes or a drug being tested in a clinic. And while childhood cancer research certainly happens in a biochem lab and in a clinic, it also happens inside the Childhood Cancer Data Lab (CCDL). Funded by ALSF, the CCDL team is working to harness the power of big data and use it to cure childhood cancer.
So what is big data?
“Data is the lifeblood of science,” says Jaclyn... Read More