Datamural Insights

Tackling the #2 killer in the world during the Super Bowl

By |March 18th, 2016|

This is a repost of an article by Angela Mitcham, one of the members of our team participating in the kick off of clinical studies for a new Point of Care screening device for Tuberculosis made by Nanosynth Sensors. The team was; Jason Young, MD-Nanosynth CEO; Andrew Pages-Data Mural Program Manager; David D’Angelo-DataMural Operations, and […]

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Helping Singapore Achieve the Next 30 Years of Innovation-Based Growth

By |March 18th, 2016|

I was proud to be included with the SRI team in Singapore this month working with Singaporean institutes of higher education (IHEs), and the National Research Foundation (NRF) to improve their tech transfer impact. Singapore is one of the world’s most successful economies, sustaining 7.8% average annual GDP growth from 1961 through 2014. As a result, […]

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Tackling the #2 killer in the world during the Superbowl

By |February 9th, 2016|

Awesome post this week from Angela Mitcham, one of team members in India on the front lines of the war on TB.

 

https://medium.com/@amitchampc/tackling-the-2-killer-in-the-world-during-the-super-bowl-4e1eac71e021#.wss7mgibk

 

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How a Vegas Girl Met the Dalai Lama and Changed the World

By |July 24th, 2015|

See the video here – http://www.businessinnovationfactory.com/summit/video/arlene-samen-surrender-or-how-vegas-girl-meets-dalai-lama-and-becomes-cnn-hero#.VbrGixNVikr

I am so proud to have friends like Arlene Samen!

Arlene Samen is the president and founder of One Heart World-Wide, a nonprofit working to reduce maternal and neonatal morbidity rates in the indigenous world. Her life has continually flowed toward what she perceives as her purpose: to free women of suffering […]

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5 Reasons We’re Starting in India

By |March 19th, 2015|

We all know what it takes to validate a medical product, to test it with your customers and ensure it can be reliably deployed into the resource settings in which it will be used. In our case we’re working to develop a new class of Point of Care (POC) sensors for the screening and, ultimately, […]

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Solving the Innovation Puzzle – What We Learned Our First Day

By |March 8th, 2015|

We all know what it takes to validate a medical product—to test it with your customers and ensure it can be reliably deployed into the resource settings in which it will be used.

In our case we’re working to develop a new class of Point of Care (POC) sensors for the screening and, ultimately, for the […]

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Big Data and Mapping Infectious Diseases

By |February 14th, 2015|

It’s been said that Big Data is the new electricity of the 21st century with the capacity to transform business, government, and our personal lives. Yet the actual applications I seem to hear most about is how Big Data can “drive sales” or accelerate the growth of your business or improve the service intervals of […]

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The Big Problem With Big Data

By |February 8th, 2015|

We are standing at perhaps the most amazing crossroads of development in human history. In the next few years we will see the collision of faster, more accurate computing power and the rise of artificial intelligence make what was computationally impossible a short time ago is now very achievable. Bringing supercomputing into our daily lives […]

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