Optimized Molecular Imaging
Molecular imaging is resolving protein structures at the atomic level, enabling insights not possible even six months ago.
Intel and the Promise of Molecular Imaging
With life sciences algorithms changing every six months, high-throughput instruments, including 4D molecular imaging, produce data as much as 2TB per device per day, and research results translating into clinical practice more rapidly than anyone could predict. This volume and rate of change quickly outpaces what existing technology can support.
Code modernization is particularly important to the health and life sciences industry, where scientists are typically not professional programmers and lack the high performance computing expertise to make effective use of available infrastructure. Pipeline inefficiencies delay scientific innovation and clinical treatment, especially noticeable when production analytics pipelines are scaled to cope with the high-throughput instruments.
Cryo-electron microscopy allows visualization of complex proteins at the atomic level, without the harmful effects of radiation which damage sensitive biological structures.
Use of Diffusion Weighted Imaging to map the neural connections of the brain, identify and address traumatic brain injury.