This LHNCBC R&D enables remote collaboration, education, training, and access to NLM information resources and disaster aids anytime, anywhere, and from devices like smart phones.
The Digital Preservation Research (DPR) project addresses an important mandate for libraries and archives: to retain electronic files for posterity as well as to retrieve information from preserved documents through semantic search.
LHNCBC conducts R&D in text and data mining, machine learning, electronic preservation and on-line access for multi-media, print-only, and centuries-old biomedical documents.
LHNCBC's NLP R&D improves search and retrieval and facilitates discovery through advances in analyzing biomedical texts, graphical presentation of results, and multi-language search.
Department of Health and Human ServicesNational Institutes of HealthU.S. National Library of Medicine
Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical CommunicationsU.S. National Library of Medicine8600 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, MD 20894301-496-4441
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