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Semantic Web in life sciences

  The exponential growth of the number of biological studies over the past decade has created an enormous challenge to make effective use of the accumulated information. Owing to this size, simple web-style text search engines are often not yielding the best results and a lot of important information remains buried in the masses of text (Doms, 2005). Semantic technologies have been introduced for better question answering and faster literature exploration (Doms, 2008). They use ontologies to give an overview over large query results and guide scientists for discoveries.   Starting your research in biology but don’t know which platform to use to find impactful studies? Here is a list of useful resources you will love using to retrieve articles …

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How to find bioinformatics jobs

As part of your market strategy, you should craft and maintain a professional online persona. Use a platform such as LinkedIn or ResearchGate to create a detailed profile emphasizing key skills and experience, and to link up with others in relevant organizations or fields of research (…) Use online technical forums to ask about skills and experience needed in an industry  (…) Taking part in such dialogues can make recruiters notice you and seek you out regarding prospective openings. Peter Fiske. Why scientists need to market themselves. Nature.   As a job seeker, you probably use solutions to find job opportunities in your field of expertise. It can be difficult and time consuming to manually vet the many options available …

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