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February 19, 2018

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Pasquale Di Cesare

Thank you Irving for another insightful and great post: who better than you can really appreciate and explain the next developments, challenges, opportunities and dangers in the Internet you have contributed so much to shape! I think blockchain addressing identity and security will possibly make the technology useful in decentralizing and accelerating biomedical research, new areas I am following, and it will be disruptive. The company Insilico Medicine in Baltimore area is particularly active in this market and I was particularly intrigued by their recent paper on the topic: doi.org/10.18632/oncotarget.22345

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