Effective drug discovery

The UK Government has announced a unique project that is intended to develop technology that will help to drive much faster and more effective drug discovery.

  • World’s first fully-automated drug discovery facility planned

    The UK Government has announced a unique project that is intended to develop technology that will help to drive much faster and more effective drug discovery.

    The Business Secretary Greg Clark, launching the new Rosalind Franklin Institute (RFI) in ...
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  • University of Michigan researchers create "world’s smallest computer"

    In March, IBM produced the world's smallest computer. Now, a team at the University of Michigan have created a device that measures just 0.3 mm to a side – about 1/10th the size of IBM's version.

    The reason for the curiosity is that IBM's claim ...
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  • Plastic sensors could monitor health conditions

    A low-cost sensor made from semiconducting plastic which has a “far simpler design” than existing sensors, has been developed by a team led by the University of Cambridge and King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST).

    The hope is ...
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  • Better batteries with superatoms?

    A new strategy for creating superatoms, which possess the ability to mimic the properties of more than one group of elements of the periodic table, has been developed by a team from Virginia Commonwealth University. This technique could be used to develop ... Read More





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