Georgia Tech and Oak Ridge National Laboratory researchers extend AI’s prediction prowess to complex protein structures.
DOE researchers span multiple scales on the Summit supercomputer to zero in on possible protein faults that produce cancer.
A Flatiron Institute biologist uses supercomputers and their quantum cousins to streamline the search for promising drugs.
Virus and other biology simulations will get a big boost from Oak Ridge’s Frontier exascale computer.
Oak Ridge’s Summit supercomputer simulates a shape-shifting protein that’s a key part of life’s machinery.
An ambitious hunt for antiviral therapies underscores how DOE high-performance computers can offer rapid results in health emergencies.
With supercomputer power from Oak Ridge’s Summit, Duke researchers aim to follow circulating cancer cells to understand metastasis.
With an assist from the Mira supercomputer, researchers are tuning an imaging technique to detect possible cancers in their early stages.
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.