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How is AI accelerating drug development?

The first entirely AI-developed drug candidate, DSP-1181, entered Phase I clinical trials in Japan earlier this year, having been discovered […]

Knowledge graphs for drug development

Knowledge graphs are critical to many industries today, with big tech giants such as Google and Facebook driving their recent […]

Daphne Koller on drug development and Insitro

Machine learning pioneer, Stanford University Computer Science Professor, and serial entrepreneur Daphne Koller (co-founder of Insitro and Coursera) was interviewed […]

Could Translational Precision Medicine be the modern approach to drug discovery and development?

A recent study has explored the concept of a modern and collaborative approach to data-driven drug development called Translational Precision […]

Prostate drug associated with preventing the development of Parkinson’s disease

A large observational study carried out by researchers at the University of Iowa, has suggested that a drug used to […]

Genomics in Drug Discovery & Development

Despite an increase in investment into R&D from biopharma companies, only 5-10% of drugs that enter early-stage clinical trials ever […]

Transcriptome Reversal Drug Discovery for Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Researchers from Columbia University have demonstrated that a transcriptome reversal drug discovery technique, originally developed for cancer, can be applied […]

Omics in Drug Discovery ONLINE

With drug discovery being an expensive process and genetic-based drugs being more likely to succeed, the level of investment in […]

A new workflow for drug discovery bypasses current inefficiencies

Researchers from the Laboratory of Computational Systems Biotechnology at EPFL, Switzerland, have developed a database – NICEdrug.ch – that could […]

New diagnostic tool for Alzheimer’s could improve drug trial recruitment

Researchers at Lund University in Sweden have developed an algorithm that combines data from simple blood tests and brief memory […]