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NRPminer: A machine learning algorithm that explores nature to discover new drugs

Researchers have developed a machine learning algorithm, called NRPminer, that makes it easier for scientists to develop drugs from natural […]

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 […]

In Silico Modelling Identifies Future Therapeutic Targets for SARS-CoV-2

Researchers, from the University of Warwick, have used in silico modelling to identify future therapeutic targets for SARS-CoV-2, including the […]

Powering drug discovery with 10 simple rules

A recent Perspective, published in PLOS Computational Biology, has highlighted 10 simple rules to power drug discovery with data science. […]

Where is AI for COVID-19 clinical decision support?

For the past number of years artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) have been subject to almost unbridled optimism, […]

“We are starting to appreciate non-coding DNA” – Interview with Dr Sandra Smieszek, Vanda Pharmaceuticals Inc.

FLG: Could you give us an introduction of yourself and the work you do? I’m Sandra Smieszek and I’m the […]

The Festival of Genomics & Biodata in London 2024 

Mark your calendars, because the UK’s largest genomics event is back on home turf and returning to London in January […]

The Tri-Omics Summit USA

Front Line Genomics is pleased to announce the first Tri-Omics Summit in Boston, MA on September 27th – 29th 2022. […]

Cancer driving mutations identified using machine learning

Researchers from The Biomedical Genomics Laboratory at IRB Barcelona have developed a computational tool that identifies cancer driving mutations for […]

AlphaFold predicts protein structure with near-experimental accuracy

AlphaFold, an attention-based neural network recently developed by Google AI, predicts 3D protein structure from its amino acid sequence with […]