Marketwired IBM and University of Edinburgh Use World's Most Advanced Supercomputer to Tackle HIV Virus Before It Infects Human Cells
Researchers from IBM's TJ Watson Research Center and the University of Edinburgh announced a five-year joint research project to use supercomputing simulations combined with lab experiments to speed the design of drugs aimed at inhibiting infection by the HIV virus. This image represents a small segment of the HIV viral protein bound to a human antibody molecule, shown in yellow.      
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