New software can identify people from their DNA in minutes

Researchers at Columbia University and the New York Genome Center have developed a software system.

Ants that conquered the world

In a first, Japanese researchers have compared gene sequences from 300 species of Pheidole

Computer identifies viruses with close genetic ties to ‘swine’ flu

Scientists have used new mathematical and computational techniques to identify six influenza A viruses that.

Scientists sequence two new strains from E. coli outbreak in Germany

Two isolates from the current E. coli (Escherichia coli) outbreak in Germany have been sequenced.

Computerised brain map to revolutionise medical treatment

The world’s first computerised brain map is expected to make breakthroughs possible in a range.

New system may cut years off development time of new antibiotics

Two University of Houston (UH) professors are developing a computerized modeling system to cut the.

Researchers open the door to biological computers

Genetically modified cells can be made to communicate with each other as if they were.

Supercomputing research opens doors for drug discovery

A quicker and cheaper technique to scan molecular databases developed at the Department of Energy’s.

Mathematical model of red blood cells’ life cycle may predict anemia risk

Scientists have developed a mathematical model reflecting how red blood cells change in size and

How body clock synchronizes to day and night cycle

French researchers have unveiled a mechanism that explains how biological clock works in sync with.