The RADAR-base platform collects a wealth of sensor data from smartphones and wearable devices. User-friendly and highly adaptable data visualisations help scientists to analyse the data at individual participant level or at study level.
Last month we enjoyed the privilege of joining the latest cBioPortal hackathon, this time hosted by MSKCC at the New York Genome Center and counting with the participation of The Hyve, Dana Farber, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and Children's[…]
At The Hyve we aim to improve life sciences, but also to create ‘Happy Hyvers’. The 68th edition of the Utrecht Singelloop run is happening on October 7th. Following the tradition of the last 3 years, a team of ten runners is participating in the[…]
Everyone involved in scientific research knows that the credibility of conclusions drawn from a study, increases with the number of participants. As Big Data has enabled analysis of medical data from large numbers of patients and a vast number of[…]
In the Biomedical Sciences, sharing research and patient data is becoming increasingly important. But how to make sure, on the one hand, a scientist receives the information he needs, while at the same time protecting the privacy of patients and[…]
The cBioPortal for Cancer Genomics has recently incorporated a new feature developed by The Hyve which allows for visualization of the Fraction of Genome Altered or the Total Mutations in the Plots tab.
The Hyve hosted a Pistoia Alliance workshop on FAIR data at its Utrecht office on the 5th of June. We welcomed 28 participants to exchange of views on how to best implement the FAIR principles within Pharma and Life Sciences R&D.
RADAR-base has over the past years grown into a stable, user-friendly platform. In this blog, we give you an impression of the technical problems our team encountered on the way and how those were overcome.