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Fwd: [iic-seminars] IIC Seminar Reminder - Mark Musen

From: Tim Clark <twclark@nmr.mgh.harvard.edu>
Date: Tue, 1 May 2007 19:04:32 -0400
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> Resent-From: elohmann@camail.harvard.edu
> From: Emily Lohmann <emily_lohmann@harvard.edu>
> Date: April 27, 2007 4:42:24 PM EDT
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> Subject: [iic-seminars] IIC Seminar Reminder - Mark Musen
>
> Initiative in Innovative Computing @ Harvard
>
> Seminar Series
>
> Wednesday, May 2, 2007; 4:00pm
>
> 60 Oxford Street, Room 330
>
> Mark Musen, Ph.D. Professor of Medicine (Biomedical Informatics)  
> and Computer Science, Stanford University
>
> Seminar Title: The Craze over Bio-Ontologies
>
> Abstract
>
> In the past decade, there has been an explosion in the use of  
> formal ontologies to enumerate and categorize the entities in  
> scientific disciplines. This trend is particularly palpable in  
> biology, where an avalanche of available data requires new  
> technologies for search, integration, and analysis. Work in  
> biomedical ontology has largely been stimulated from the ground up,  
> where the pressing needs of small groups of scientists have spawned  
> a large cottage industry of pragmatic ontology developers. The  
> National Center for Biomedical Ontology, one of the seven national  
> centers for biomedical computing recently created under the NIH  
> Roadmap, has been created to help move this cottage industry into  
> the industrial age. In this talk, I will discuss the rise of  
> ontologies in biology in the context of e-science, the challenges  
> of organizing the cottage industry into a coherent work force, and  
> some of the opportunities afforded by the representation and  
> dissemination of scientific knowledge in machine-processable form.
>
>
> ***Parking is available in the 52 Oxford Street Garage. Please tell  
> the attendant that you are attending the IIC Seminar.
>
> Upcoming IIC seminars
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> Continue to stay up to date with our IIC Seminar Schedule.
>
>
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