Computation can speed up the time it takes to find new binding partners for old drugs
As algorithms evolve, computing power explodes, and scientists solve a greater number of 3-D protein structures, computer-aided design has the potential to dramatically cut the cost and time of drug discovery
Experts reflect on challenges identified ten years ago.
Simulating the encounter
Advances in computational modeling of viral epidemics and viruses themselves produce some speedy results
Using computation, researchers narrow the search space for directed evolution; guide mutagenesis; and create de novo enzymes
How increased coverage of the structure space is transforming the field of biology
Computation offers a window into a disease often described as a black box