Latest computational biology News

Commercial astronauts shed light on flights’ health impacts
Viruses are doing mysterious things everywhere – AI can help researchers understand what they’re up to in the oceans and in your gut
Statistical machine learning can find unknown factors that cause disease
New rapid method to predict effects of conservation actions on complex ecosystems
Immunologist Lydia Lynch appointed member of Ludwig Princeton
Decoding the Neural Key to How Humans Efficiently Walk at Varied Speeds
Interfaith dinner serves empathy and understanding
Taking insects on Virtual Journey
Highly Cited Researchers 2023
The Australian names Monash University number one in research for 2024
Processor made for AI speeds up genome assembly
On trail of immune cells
Ancient pathogens risk eroding ecosystems
Ancient pathogens released from melting ice could wreak havoc on the world, new analysis reveals
Inaugural 2023 Weill Institute Emerging Scholars Announced
Dr. Yudong Gao named McNair Scholar at BCM
Organoids shown to speed glycoengineered vaccine development
Atlas of genetic scores to predict multi-omic traits
Stresses and Hydrodynamics-Scientists Uncover New Organizing Principles of Genome
New research centre to accelerate ocean conservation
Highly Cited Researchers 2022
Mona Lisa effect: How eyespots deter predators that approach from different directions
Fighting malaria and chronic bowel disease: $2.5 million CSL Centenary Fellowships awarded
Honeycrisp genome will help scientists breed better apples
2023 CSL Centenary Fellowships awarded
Plant molecular geneticists discover, and begin to crack, epigenetic code
Revealing atomistic structures behind AFM imaging
Wild tomato genome will benefit domesticated cousins
Potential fountain of youth for immune system
Cracking dingo’s genetic code
Leading cancer researcher joins SAiGENCI
Women in science still jumping higher hurdles
University of Toronto art exhibit pulls back curtain on molecular science
Tumors differ depending on age of cancer patients
AI innovators to speak at Cornell BrAIn symposium Dec. 9-10
New tool predicts where coronavirus binds to human proteins
Nascent Polypeptides Stabilize Ribosomes for Uninterrupted Translation, Tokyo Tech Scientists Show
Research may help explain immune response to Covid in children
Five startups to watch from University of Toronto Engineering’s 2021 virtual Demo Day event
PhenoTips, University of Toronto-SickKids genetic software startup, raises $2.5 million: Betakit