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Mar 10, 2014

We previously discussed how there are software methods to screen for potential drug leads and researchers have been able to increase their drug...

Mar 4, 2014

If you hobnob around scientists, you might be increasingly hearing the mysterious acronym “CRISPR” being mentioned in conversation. CRISPR...

Feb 26, 2014

Previously, we discussed in part 1 of this series the growing significance of computational methods in drug discovery. Traditional drug discovery...

Feb 20, 2014

Most people have probably heard of Alexander Fleming’s chance encounter with a penicillin-producing fungus. What is not quite well-known is that...

Feb 18, 2014

Traditional drug discovery is expensive, inefficient, and has huge barriers to entry. Big pharmaceutical companies continue to struggle to cope...

Feb 14, 2014

A quick scan of recent advances in the scientific community will show that genomic data and new techniques in next-gen sequencing have been gaining...

Feb 13, 2014

This is the third and final post of a series (part 1 and part 2) on directed evolution. What do protein engineers actually produce using...

Feb 11, 2014

Three outstanding examples for fragment-based drug discovery A good example for the reliability of the fragment-based screening method is...

Feb 6, 2014

Directed evolution is emerging as a powerful new tool to design proteins with new and interesting properties that may not have evolved naturally...

Feb 4, 2014

Illumina recently announced the $1000 solution for the sequencing of the human genome in the form of its new instrument, the HiSeqX. This system...