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Deep Web Health Research: Collaboration through Crowdsourcing

Currently, most research institutions rely on free monitoring services (Google Alerts) or subscription database services (LexisNexis) for online research. According to an article in Modern Healthcare, physician medical researchers on average earn anywhere between $160,000 to $300,000. With this much money being invested in research, it is detrimental to have these professionals using methods of […]

[Whitepaper] Harnessing the Deep Web for Healthcare Research

In our latest whitepaper we dive into how healthcare research can harness Big Data available on the Deep Web to create efficiency and improve collaboration. The whitepaper includes: What information is available on the Deep Web for healthcare research How the information is currently collected The solutions available for improving Big Data collection and analysis […]

The Twitter Election – Which candidate is going to win according to Twitter?

As with every presidential election, reporters, media and analysts try to predict who will be the next commander-in-chief. With the use of our Social Media Monitor and Deep Web Harvester, we also joined in the political forecast by monitoring and analyzing tweets that were sent before, during and after each of the three presidential debates. […]

The Deep Web and Breast Cancer Research

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and a recent CNN article published these stats from the American Cancer Society. “According to the latest data from the American Cancer Society, death rates from breast cancer among U.S. women have gone down 2.2% each year between 1990 and 2007, with larger declines among women younger than 50. […]