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Exploiting the Life Science Data Explosion to Speed New Drug Discovery

xity in order to allow researchers efficient access to the underlying information. This process is critical for turning data into knowledge - the crown jewels of drug discovery. GE Healthcare Informatics uniquely enables companies to fully exploit this valuable asset by providing a robust data integration platform to underpin and thereby facilitate all drug research and development initiatives. IDC research predicts that by 2006, $38B will be spent on IT for life sciences.


Powerful New Observational Techniques Transform Science
Breakthroughs in genomics, proteomics, instrumentation and related technologies have created unprecedented abilities to observe, collect and generate data. These advances are transforming the life sciences from small-scale, hypothesis-driven experimental sciences into large-scale, data- and discovery-driven knowledge factories. This transformation is in turn driving exponential growth in available data and thereby creating unprecedented opportunities for new drug discovery for those companies that can fully exploit the wealth of information. So why hasn’t every company and research organization taken advantage of this? Existing infrastructures and cultures are not yet prepared to support nor exploit this rate of growth. The integration and transformation of data into information, and information into knowledge, is the key if the full promise of in-silico discovery is to be realized.

This kind of exponential growth, while a new phenomenon in the life sciences arena, is familiar to other high-tech fields. To realize the promise of ever decreasing IC geometries and increasing gate densities, for example, new design disciplines and automated synthesis techniques had to be created. Achieving greater levels of integration and ever faster logic required blurring of the borders between traditional engineering disciplines. Applying similar concepts to life sci
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