Computer modeling may help narrow the molecular landscape to the best drug prospects
Using software designed for stress testing in engineering, researchers have modeled an American sabercat's skull in the highest resolution vertebrate animal model to date.
How bioinformatics tools are bringing insight to the environmental side of the health equation
How Simbios' state-of-the-art software tools are contributing to high-impact biomedical research
How data about genes, physical activity, and the environment are yielding insights about obesity
Using computational models, researchers are gaining traction toward understanding what makes a stem cell a stem cell; how gene expression drives stem cell differentiation; why studying stem cell heterogeneity is important; and, ultimately, how stem cells control their fate.
To understand biology—and provide appropriate medical care—scientists need to understand interactions across multiple scales. Hence the Physiome.
Computers and human experts duke it out over who is better at diagnosing disease, interpreting images, or predicting protein structure
State-of-the-art approaches are a boon to biomedicine
Disentangling the different types of skeptics and what modelers can learn from each.