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Discovery & Development Technology and Equipment

Lungs In Silico

| Angus Stewart

Inhalers still don’t work as well as they should, but computational modeling is here to help.


Business & Regulation Standards & Regulation

Of Medicine and Machine Learning

| Angus Stewart, Stephanie Sutton

AI is expanding into medicine. Are the world’s regulators ready?


Discovery & Development Drug Discovery

Archived Antivirals

| Angus Stewart

Salicylanilides have been a reliable treatment against tapeworms for much of pharma’s history. Now, they could be used to help fight COVID-19.

Business & Regulation Business Practice

A Hacker’s Dream

| Maryam Mahdi

What strategies can pharma employ to protect itself against cyber threats?

Business & Regulation Small Molecules

The Lilly and the Kumquat

| Angus Stewart

Eli Lilly’s Loxo Oncology has signed a deal with Yi Liu’s Kumquat Biosciences, targeting novel small molecules for immuno-oncology.

Discovery & Development Digital Technologies

Human Proteins: Now Free with No Ads

| Angus Stewart

Google’s DeepMind has opened its AlphaFold protein structure database to the world.

Discovery & Development COVID-19

Throwing Down the Single-Jab Gauntlet

| Angus Stewart

Crowdsourcing initiative searches for a single-shot MRNA COVID-19 vaccine.

Discovery & Development Digital Technologies

The Revolution Will Not Be Pencil-Sketched

| Angus Stewart

How a new 3D bioprinter could – quite literally – add a new dimension to drug screening and disease modeling.

Business & Regulation Business Practice

Come Get Your Leaves

| Angus Stewart

Andes-based cannabis cultivator Clever Leaves pledges to send US$25 million of leaves to US researchers.

Discovery & Development Drug Discovery

Marrying Up Proteins using Molecular Glues

| Angus Stewart

A husband-and-wife-led team used mass spec to identify new drugs that “glue” proteins together. We spoke to Aneika Leney about the project.

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