Researcher is proud to announce its latest special collection of articles focusing on artificial intelligence (AI) in neuroscience. As AI technology becomes increasingly prevalent in research, Researcher is giving readers the opportunity to stay informed on new discoveries and developments in the field.
Why do we sleep, and what’s happening in the brain while we sleep? Leading specialists from the UK, US and Europe examine this question in Researcher Insights: The Neuroscience of Sleep.
It’s approaching the start of the new academic year and lecturers, researchers and staff are hecticly getting ready to marshall the next aircraft of bright minds into their chosen academic courses. It’s always an uplifting (if extremely busy) time, rife with organisational panic, but also ultimately new beginnings.
Coincidentally, here, at Researcher, we are also piloting a project of our own - with perhaps not unlike rush of excitement. This autumn, we’ll be introducing a new type of Researcher-exclusive content: our Researcher Insights Report.
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The digital transformation has had an impact on all industries, and scientific research is no exception. Every day more labs are shifting from paper-focused processes and moving toward digital tools and the cloud. Not only can these upgrades improve the workflows in R&D labs, but also help scientists manage large quantities of data easily and conveniently.
The explosion of data unleashed by the internet has had a significant impact on research in the 21st century. An interdisciplinary field called data science has emerged over the past few decades, bringing together statistics, engineering, maths, and computer science. Universities have established a vast range of data science programmes and faculties, but a lot of innovation is happening in the private sector. The availability of high-quality research has expanded - it can be found in preprints, conference proceedings, and even Medium blog posts, in addition to traditional peer-reviewed journals.
Join a panel discussion with data scientists from leading academic institutions and private companies to learn more about the state of data science research in the 21st century.