Bringing models closer to reality
Automated Function Prediction conference launches a new field
Computation offers a window into a disease often described as a black box
Researchers have designed a protein that, in computer simulations, induces other proteins to misfold
Exploring the current state of connectomics--in the midst of hype
An exploration of data-driven and process-driven approaches to data privacy
The study of HIV evolution is not only critical to fighting the virus; it has also driven advances in the computational tools used to study evolution in general.
The complexity and variability of aging itself, along with the fragmented nature of researchers’ current understanding of aging, call for tools that can help scientists dig through mounds of data to find often subtle connections.
Ecce Homology is a physically interactive new-media work that visualizes genetic data as calligraphic forms.
Simplified model catches essential details of how DNA complements find their matches