Artificial intelligence, or AI, is an umbrella term for machine learning and deep learning. It is where a machine takes in information from its surroundings and, from that, makes the most optimal decision appropriate to the situation.
Rutgers researchers are seeking to develop the technology to modify or "edit" protein molecules in the body-;an advance that could spur major breakthroughs in human health.
Machine learning has completely changed protein structure prediction over the past two years. A comparable revolution in protein design is now described in three studies published in Science.
Consider a PhD candidate with a fluorescence microscope and a live bacterial sample. How might these resources be used in the most effective way to get specific observations of bacterial division from the sample?
Mount Sinai Health System and the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have launched a new human genome sequencing research project called the Mount Sinai Million Health Discoveries Program with the Regeneron Genetics Center (RGC), part of the industry-leading, New York-based biotechnology company Regeneron.
According to two recent research published in Nature Genetics, recently created artificial intelligence (AI) tools effectively identified the function of DNA’s regulatory regions and three-dimensional (3D) structure based only on its raw sequence.
Customized protein design is now possible, thanks to artificial intelligence (AI), which can be used to address both medicinal and environmental issues. Now, a computer-based natural language processing model has been effectively used for protein research by a team at the University of Bayreuth under the direction of Prof. Dr Birte Höcker.
A sustainable chemical separation method that uses membranes, microalgae and artificial intelligence has been developed by a team drawn from different KAUST groups whose members have diverse specialties in bioengineering, membranes and water reuse and recycling.
As news broke that Florida's citrus industry ended this year's growing season with its lowest production in eight decades, an unlikely union has formed between two University of Florida startup companies to help reverse the trend.
For the function of many biomolecules, their three-dimensional structure is crucial. Researchers are therefore not only interested in the sequence of the individual building blocks of biomolecules, but also in their spatial structure.
As part of our SLAS Europe 2022 coverage, we speak to Steve Rees, Vice-President of Discovery Biology at AstraZeneca, about the challenges currently faced by the drug discovery sector.
As part of our SLAS Europe 2022 coverage, we speak to Jan Lichtenberg, vice president of SLAS, about the role Europe plays within life sciences research.
As part of our SLAS Europe 2022 coverage, we speak to Professor Jeremy Simpson from the University College Dublin about the role high-content screening can play in accelerating drug discovery.
AZoLifeSciences talks to Ben Williams about his research recording the acoustics of coral reefs and using machine learning to monitor coral reef restoration.
Cancer cells can have thousands of mutations in their DNA. However, only a handful of those actually drive the progression of cancer; the rest are just along for the ride.
Ziath has published a new catalogue that provides an informative technical introduction to its extensive range of innovative readers, scanners, software, automated tube selectors and accessories for tracking and management of life science samples.
The three types of rotavirus that cause gastroenteritis in individuals, known as groups A, B, and C, are the most well-known and afflict predominantly youngsters.
Using the latest scientific methods, Tom Higham and Katerina Douka from the University of Vienna want to solve a great mystery of human evolution: Why are we the only humans left? Higham and Douka were the first ones to find a first-generation offspring of two different types of human. They continuously publish new results in high impact journals, most recently in Science Advances.
Scientists have observed unique variances among the cells that make up a retinal tissue that is critical to human vision.
A vast amount of the powerful greenhouse gas is sequestered as frozen crystals in the world's oceans.
Image processing can be used to accelerate, control and optimise processes. When artificial intelligence comes into play, the range of applications becomes even wider.