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Analyze the nutritional value of your recipes, meals, snacks, and other daily food intake.
This app now allows users to record their intake of the nutrient. The information is maintained for one year and is presented in reverse...
A fun and interactive app for learning, with bright and colorful graphics that the children are sure to enjoy!Receptive Protein is an educational...
The biotechnology industry is based on recombinant DNA and recombinant proteins. In this module, learn molecular and expression cloningthe...
Generate protein structures on your screen so you can see how fast they are progressing.
Proteins are organic compounds made of amino acids arranged in a linear chain and folded into a globular form. The amino acids in a polymer are...
What is your recommended daily caloric intake according to your activity to maintain, lose or gain weight?What is your recommended daily intake of...
Manage basic bio informatics analysis and data combined with graphical viewing.
Simulate and experiment with some of the more commonly-used protein separation techniques.
See color as a metaphor for time.
A vegan-cheese project on Indiegogo aims to replicate cheese from cows' milk without involving any mammals.
Citizen scientists using a 3D jigsaw puzzle video game are helping decode how proteins work to advance research drug treatments and potentially renewable fuels and chemicals.
Almost 60,000 people around the world have played Foldit, a game much like Tetris that involves folding proteins to tackle problems in medicine such as disabling the flu virus.
Apple's CEO has issued a statement on a medical condition that he says has been "robbing" his body of needed proteins
Apple's CEO issues a statement on a medical condition that he says has been "robbing" his body of needed proteins.
The project, which uses distributed computing to allow scientists to do research related to proteins and serious diseases, is called the world's most powerful such system.
The water is safe, of course. It's passed though designer molecules similar to the filters in your liver.
In the latest sign of a strong life-sciences market, the State University of New York at Buffalo taps Hewlett-Packard to build a networked storage system for tasks such as protein analysis.
IBM launches a $100 million research initiative to build a supercomputer that can help researchers understand how proteins develop, which could lead to a better understanding of diseases and uncover possible cures.
GeneFormatics, a company that helps investigate the structure of biological molecules called proteins, has named IBM its preferred technology partner, the companies plan to announce Tuesday. GeneFormatics' genetics-research equipment will be based on IBM's DB2 database software, "Shark" Enterprise Storage Server and Linux and Unix servers. IBM has embarked on a major push to embrace life-sciences research; genetics in particular is constrained by how fast researchers can perform computational tasks such as sifting through genes or predicting what proteins genes create.