As deadly ‘superbugs’ outsmart antibiotics, a Penn scientist uses artificial intelligence to design new ones

  04 November 2019

In his lab at the University of Pennsylvania, de la Fuente and his team use computer algorithms to design and refine new drugs, sifting through chemical building blocks for combinations that are predicted to penetrate bacterial defenses.

Author(s): Tom Avril
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