Biomedical Concepts

Biomedical Concepts: The Time is Now

Biomedical Concepts: The Time is Now

We have reached the tipping point, after years of deliberation, discussion and delays, it’s time to organise the knowledge that can propel the clinical research industry towards quality, reusable metadata.  Dave Iberson-Hurst reflects on the journey towards Biomedical Concepts. The…
Virtually Standing: The CDISC and PHUSE Challenge

Virtually Standing: The CDISC and PHUSE Challenge

This year’s autumn events have been far from what we are all used to, but Dave Iberson-Hurst and AJ de Montjoie focus on the positive virtual event experiences and look forward to 2021. Another CDISC conference has finished and PHUSE…
Autumn Events with S-cubed & A3

Autumn Events with S-cubed & A3

Where to meet us in a pandemic: or how to wear pyjamas at a conference. With world travel reduced and our physical face to face marketing efforts non-existent, you’d think it would be a quiet time for S-cubed. Far from…
A3ccelerate, Social Distancing, and Toblerone

A3ccelerate, Social Distancing, and Toblerone

Dave Iberson-Hurst reflects on the A3ccelerate Hackathon, the impact of the current pandemic and Swiss Chocolate. Digital Data Flow Initiative I cannot remember when it was, but I think it was around January that I read a document published by…
Technology and the Life Sciences: The Trouble with IT

Technology and the Life Sciences: The Trouble with IT

Adam de Neergaard contemplates why the pharmaceutical industry is resistant to technological innovation and reflects on Vas Narashimhan's interview in Forbes. The Technology Gap Working at home due to the global Covid-19 pandemic has given me some more time to…