Data. Is it all about technology, engineering or coding? We often don't see the immediate impact on other fields. But life sciences require data to advance.
Join pioneers, entrepreneurs, investors and academics to discover the power and influence of data in medicine, genomics, biodiversity, marine sciences...
When data meets know-how in the life sciences, we immerse ourselves in a different world – bioinformatics.
Supported by ELIXIR Europe
INNOVATION | Moving North for love and science
How can history studies prepare you for a career in bioinformatics? Why has Finland become a hub for genomics ventures? What is the current state of data quality in the life sciences, and how does this affect ventures?
In this episode, Kathi and Hannes will move to Europe’s North to find the answers to these pressing questions, with Hans Garritzen from Medisapiens. The Finnish company provides clients with a digital health platform to leverage big biomedical data from public and private domains.
INNOVATION | Venture into standards — lessons from the toilet paper industry
Hannes and Kathi welcome Maria Chatzou, CEO and Co-Founder of drug discovery startup Lifebit to the first interview of the Innovation series. In this episode, they explore Cambridge, one of the most important ecosystems for biodata-centred businesses and unveil Maria’s experience in this competitive fast-moving industry — as both a successful bioinformatician and an entrepreneur.
INNOVATION | Pilot — What do a biologist and an economist have in common?
Why is biodata essential now and why for everyone?
Welcome to the Data for Life podcast, innovation series. Discover with Hannes Rothe and Kathi Lauer the world of biodata and its fruitful future for innovation.
With the perspective of an entrepreneur and a virologist, you will be immersed in the innovative ocean of (open) life science data.