Where did we come from? Ask a computer.
Cardiovascular models are moving to the bedside
How can they help us understand proteins?
Moving from intuition to evidence-based intervention
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.
Bridging the scales of computational and experimental research
Decades of steady progress in pharmacogenetics have unearthed hundreds of associations between genes and drug response. But the field has to solve some theoretical and practical issues before it can deliver on the promise of personalized drug therapy.
Computation strives to make prostate cancer less menacing
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