Many factors contribute to shaping the future. Here are perhaps three that seem most important to us at the moment:
Good questions are important - an idea of how things can be done better. An idea of how things "should" be.
Playing with what is already there. Often completely new starting points and possibilities appear, just because you look at what is already there a little differently - or a third person does this in a slightly different context.
Making. Making means realizing, means creating options and realizing options. Sometimes very thoughtfully, sometimes quickly. This requires means - only those who can act and react - can shape the future.
Whether questions with a high "medical need", research into rare diseases or digitization of biobanks
You have built up data resources with us and found answers to exciting questions. You would like to make this knowledge generally available, e.g. as a diagnostic tool?