Harnessing the power of robotics and machine intelligence, researchers from Princeton Engineering and Rutgers University have found a way to design stable proteins in a fraction of the time of current state of the art. The team’s robotics platform speeds things up more than tenfold, and their computational approach finds solutions anywhere from weeks to years faster than what is possible by human intelligence alone.
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Research from Royal Holloway, along with the University of Essex, and the University of Bristol, found that older people can [...]