Natural language processing points way to trials subjects in EHRs; Researchers designing science education video games;

> Natural language processing (NLP) algorithms are enabling clinicians at the Mayo Clinic and elsewhere to mine electronic health records for qualified subjects needed in clinical trials. Article

> University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers are working on designing science education video games that are as entertaining as popular games such as World of Warcraft. Report

> PharmaPros and OmniComm want to wrap software products from each company--PharmaPros' Dataflow Manager and OmniComm's TrialMaster--into one package for clinical developers. Item

> Integromics, a provider of software for genomics and proteomics research, has ushered out the second release of its SeqSolve application to analyzing next-generation sequencing (NGS) data. Item

> Virtify, a maker of content-management software for the life sciences industry, has released module of its clinical trials registration software in India called CTR-I. Release

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