Several big-dollar initiatives received NIH funding in late 2010
Computers and human experts duke it out over who is better at diagnosing disease, interpreting images, or predicting protein structure
Simulations can teach us how young bodies and faces develop; how an artery compensates for decades of fatty plaque deposits by growing and thickening its walls; how tissue engineers can best coax endothelial cells to develop into organized sheets of skin for burn patients; and how cancerous tumors invade neighboring tissue.
Crowdsourced games and competitions fill an important niche
Looking back, and looking forward.
Network biology is allowing scientists to convert their cellular parts lists into insights about complex diseases
Mouse hair development patterns follow Turing's predictions
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