In their own words: MIT faculty on advancing health in a data-rich era
Data and Health
New technologies and ballooning data sets allow us to model problems and test solutions in human health, in ways inconceivable just a decade ago. MIT researchers are rising to the challenge of organizing, sharing, and interpreting these resources—collecting the data we need, making sense of the data we have, and extracting insights that could improve countless lives.
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