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Top 5 Tips for Networking Virtually

Virtual events have exploded as an industry necessity this year. With face-to-face restrictions still in place, it is important to make the most of your virtual event attendance and network effectively. Use PHUSE’s top tips below to make some new, meaningful connections at our virtual events.

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Knowledge Graphs: Changing How We Think About Data

In August 2020, PHUSE’s Knowledge Graph Project Lead, Tim Williams (UCB), presented ‘Knowledge Graphs: Changing How We Think About Data’ at the FDA Division of Regulatory Science (DRSI) Technology Forum.

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5 Reasons You Should Attend PHUSE

Collaboration with Regulatory Agencies & Standards Organisations, Software Independence, Networking, Keynotes and Be a Better You...are all reasons why YOU should attend the Virtual EU Connect this November. Click to find out more.

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An Introduction to Data Synthesis for Data Scientists

Over the last year or so there has been rapidly growing interest in methods for data synthesis. Methods for data synthesis can be applied to many different types of data, such as simulated environments for autonomous vehicles, text, images, audio and video. Our main focus here is on structured data that is of interest to the life sciences industry.

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Introducing Our Two Keynote Speakers at the EU Connect 2020

PHUSE are pleased to announce that we have two very exciting keynote speakers confirmed for the first day of the Virtual EU Connect 2020. We look forward to them presenting on the morning of Monday, 9th November.

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