Seattle-based bioinformatics startup Insilicos scored a $900,000 grant from the federal National Institutes of Health (NIH), the company said today.
Insilicos scored a $900,000 grant from the federal National Institutes of Health (NIH), the company said today.
The Seattle-based bioinformatics startup makes software for biomedical research and clinical diagnostics, specializing in cardiovascular disease. It has so far received more than $3 million in NIH grants.
The latest grant is to be applied toward the development of “ensemble learning,” a technique that would allow machines to make more accurate predictions by using several statistical models instead of a single model.
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