Researchers now have a tool for imaging the structures of biological molecules—and they are reaping the benefits big time.
An exploration of data-driven and process-driven approaches to data privacy
Computational modeling can help fill gaps in how we develop and review new drugs and devices
Exceptional computational detective work has the potential to reshape our understanding of when and why diseases strike
Biomarker research, genetics, and imaging are all coming into play
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.
Researchers are not simply retrieving and repackaging what is already known, but are also deriving new knowledge by discovering connections that were previously unnoticed.
Bringing models closer to reality
A virtual lab rat; simulated DNA; an artificial pancreas; & integrating mental health data