pathology

Paige details first AI pathology tech with clinical-grade accuracy in new research paper

Researchers associated with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and medical tech and computational pathology startup Paige have published a new article in the peer-reviewed medical journal Nature
Boing Boing presents: Skeleton Boy, a moving short documentary about the life, death and afterlife of Harry Eastlack, star of the Mutter Museum

Boing Boing presents: Skeleton Boy, a moving short documentary about the life, death and afterlife of Harry Eastlack, star of the Mutter Museum

Philadelphia's Mutter Museum (previously) is one of my favorite museums in the world: built from the private collection of pathologist Dr Thomas Dent (who aggregated the collections of many other
Deep Lens raises $14 million to improve clinical trial recruitment with AI

Deep Lens raises $14 million to improve clinical trial recruitment with AI

Deep Lens, a Columbus, Ohio-based startup developing a precision medicine software suite, has raised $14 million in funding.
Psychologists who studied shame around the world say it’s an essential part of being human

Psychologists who studied shame around the world say it’s an essential part of being human

There’s a school of thought that says shame is a social construct: We only learn to feel inadequate and exposed because our particular culture sends…
Ancient DNA reveals the secrets of a devastating European disease

Ancient DNA reveals the secrets of a devastating European disease

Comparison with modern strains offers glimpses of the pathogen's evolutionary history.
How did hacker Adrian Lamo die? Medical examiner couldn’t figure it out

How did hacker Adrian Lamo die? Medical examiner couldn’t figure it out

Examiners found a sticker on his thigh identifying him with "Project Vigilant."
It's Still Taking Too Long For Americans With HIV to Get Diagnosed

It's Still Taking Too Long For Americans With HIV to Get Diagnosed

A new report from the US Centers for Disease Control shows that, while detection rates are improving, a surprising number of Americans live with HIV for a protracted period of time before it gets