Monthly Archives: November 2022

Pandemic Screenings: The Covid-19 pandemic and the digital screen

┬áThe Covid-19 pandemic elevated digital screens to the core of everyday life. Screens can be found everywhere, including museums and galleries, stock exchanges, train stations, aeroplane seats, banks, food courts, record stores, gas stations, office desks and in the palm … Continue reading

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Leveraging the use of population data toward improving health and care for everyone

I always find population study, a study that is conducted in representative samples from the population, to be fascinating. Especially due to its potential to process various information toward beneficial policies and actions. So, when I first learned about bioinformatics … Continue reading

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