Remember meForgot password?
    Log in with Twitter

article imageHow sifting through Big Data brings innovation to cancer research

The Art of the Possible series, published on B2B News Network, is first telling the story of Germany's National Center for Tumor Diseases and how their researchers were hunting for an answer to their Big Data challenge.
Researchers and doctors were inundated with patient data, so much so they needed a solution and strategy in place to better "sift through the data stack," as Part 1 of the graphic series explains.
Part 1 reveals how Dr. Thomas Diebold and Dr. Joanne Karlsson are searching for treatment options at the NCT in idyllic Heidelberg, Germany. Frustrated with the challenge of sorting through patient data to diagnose smartly and treat effectively, they turn to SAP to learn about the value of SAP HANA and what the computing platform can offer to its researchers and technologists.
B2B News Network wanted to display this important story in a format that lets the ideas and innovations pop off the page. A graphic narrative series brings together a fascinating storyline with attractive illustrations, all accessible online (via desktop or mobile). Move over, Adrian Tomine!
Part 2 and the full series will be published later this week.
Be sure to follow the action via the series site, and also on Twitter via @b2bnewsnetwork and our Instagram feed here. If you have any comments about this project, feel free to message us on Twitter.
A B2BNN Creative Sponsored Content project
More about sap hana, Sap, virtual patient project, Graphic novel, big data
Latest News
Top News