Supercomputer power is providing influenza insights to help drug designers produce a more effective vaccine.
To revive antibiotics and devise new drug designs, Georgia Tech researchers team up with Oak Ridge’s Titan supercomputer.
Rice University team computes protein conformations for paths around autoimmunity.
Biologically inspired architectures create opportunities and obstacles.
A supercomputer has modeled the HIV capsid, opening drug possibilities.
A European E. coli outbreak tests a DOE cloud computing testbed.
A PNNL team’s method ratchets up accuracy to identify peptides.
Simulating biology from the subcellular to the whole human will require a big-picture view made possible only through exascale computing.
Using genetic engineering and computer modeling, researchers have built a genetic clock, in which bacteria use chemical signals to generate synchronized waves of activity.
Proteins can be unpredictable, kinking into shapes that help to determine these biological workhorses’ functions – or dysfunctions. A University of Washington biologist is using high-performance computers to untangle proteins.