Researcher Unraveling SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein Through Music

April 20, 2020 | Biotechnology

Fresh from Phys.Org, here is an interesting Biotech article for you:

The proteins that make up all living things are alive with music. Just ask Markus Buehler: The musician and MIT professor develops artificial intelligence models to design new proteins, sometimes by translating them into sound. His goal is to create new biological materials for sustainable, non-toxic applications. In a project with the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab, Buehler is searching for a protein to extend the shelf-life of perishable food. In a new study in Extreme Mechanics Letters, he and his colleagues offer a promising candidate: a silk protein made by honeybees for use in hive building.... More of this in the Phys.Org Blog.

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