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The projects will rely on Numerate leveraging its AI-driven platform, from hit finding and expansion through lead design/optimization and ADME (absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion)/toxicity modeling.
In the Australian Curriculum, students become numerate as they develop the knowledge and skills to use mathematics confidently across all learning areas at school and in their lives more broadly.
We don't ask for previous accountancy experience or qualifications, but we do ask that you're numerate and can answer questions in -English.
For example, here is a hypothesis: the generations of people now in their 30s and even 40s, those who grew up with computers and calculators, are actually much more numerate than the British horseracing industry gives them credit for.
StephB added: "I am still very numerate, I used to compose financial forecasts every month for years, to keep Barclays offmy back
We need to be numerate about this and pay attention to the things that are going to make the biggest difference," MacKay said.
They say the market needs a new wave of highly numerate, young and analytical "e-traders" who also understand risk management.
To read this book is to enter a world of literate, numerate, and Confucian officials struggling by their own lights to address the serious issues of their day.
of Bath) presents a textbook for self-study or course work for numerate researchers and students at upper-level undergraduate or higher in a mathematics or statistics program.
A nation of highly numerate but economically self-interested voters is not clearly preferable to a nation of good-willed and reasonable deliberators who have difficulty with calculus.
They all have to be literate and numerate but if they are turned off school at this age it's very hard for them to pick up again.