AI is being used by researchers to create novel proteins.

In June, South Korean officials approved the creation of the first ever drug, a

COVID vaccination, using a new protein created by humans. The vaccine is

based on a protein "nanoparticle" with a spherical shape that was developed

by scientists over 10 years ago through a labor-intensive trial-and-error process1.

Now, a team led by David Baker, a biochemist at the University of Washington

(UW) in Seattle, reveals in Science2,3 that it can create such molecules in

seconds rather than months because to enormous advancements in artificial

intelligence (AI). Such initiatives are a part of a larger scientific shift as life

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