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This ‘lemon’ could help machine learning create better drugs

January 13, 2020

Purdue University drug discovery researchers have created a new framework for mining data for training machine learning models.

This ‘lemon’ could help machine learning create better drugs

Deep learning, 3D technology to improve structure modeling for protein interactions, create better drugs

January 13, 2020

Now, Purdue University researchers have designed a novel approach to use deep learning to better understand how proteins interact in the body – paving the way to producing accurate structure models of protein interactions involved in various diseases and to design better drugs that specifically target protein interactions.

Deep learning, 3D technology to improve structure modeling for protein interactions, create better drugs

Synthetic neurons project offers platform for disease treatment, further brain research

January 13, 2020

The body can recover from many things, but the damage caused by Parkinson’s disease isn’t one of them.

Synthetic neurons project offers platform for disease treatment, further brain research

Annual Microbiome Symposium to explore relationship between data science and the microbiome

January 6, 2020

Building on its highly successful inaugural 2019 conference, Purdue University will host the second annual Microbiome Symposium on May 11-13. The symposium will investigate the application of data science in the study of microbiomes and how experimental data and computational data can be leveraged to learn more about microbiome systems.

Annual Microbiome Symposium to explore relationship between data science and the microbiome

Sensing technology could improve machine learning precision for manufacturing, electric vehicles, smart homes

December 17, 2019

The same small piece of technology that one day may help train welding robots and monitor electric vehicles could enable energy companies to better power smart homes and factories.

Sensing technology could improve machine learning precision for manufacturing, electric vehicles, smart homes

Site search: A digital approach to proteins and cancer

December 12, 2019

What if scientists could create more effective drugs to treat cancers and other diseases by better targeting specific sites on proteins in the body?

Site search: A digital approach to proteins and cancer

Chemistry Professor Gaurav Chopra wins multiple ASPIRE Awards

December 12, 2019

Gaurav Chopra, assistant professor of analytical and physical chemistry, has been selected as a dual winner of the 2018 National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences’ ASPIRE Design Challenge.

Chemistry Professor Gaurav Chopra wins multiple ASPIRE Awards

Purdue professor pieces together how massive stars explode using virtual reality

December 10, 2019

In partnership with ITaP’s Envision Center, Dan Milisavljevic, an assistant professor of physics and astronomy, is using virtual reality to reconstruct the remnants of these exploded stars, known as supernovae.

Purdue professor pieces together how massive stars explode using virtual reality

Air Force boosts funding for digital technology using artificial intelligence for 3D manufacturing

December 10, 2019

3D manufacturing technology from a Purdue University-affiliated company may soon play an even bigger part in helping the Department of Defense manage its digital assets to protect the United States.

Air Force boosts funding for digital technology using artificial intelligence for 3D manufacturing

What if a bridge could prevent its own collapse in real time?

December 10, 2019

New center to bring intelligent infrastructure that adapts to humans’ needs

What if a bridge could prevent its own collapse in real time?

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