Machine Learning and Nanoparticles Fight Cancer

By Vadim A. Volochaev, ResearcherID: N-3239-2014 (Chemistry Depa Some of the biggest advances coming in modern medicine may also be the tiniest. For a few decades, scientists have been learning how to design molecules that can operate in the human body. We’re talking about tiny particles that can manipulate biological processes—designed to bind to and thus block the enzyme essential for HIV replication, to help destroy tumors but not healthy cells, to weld together arteries after surgery. Read Full Article »


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