Fourth Industrial Revolution

DeepMind has put almost every protein in the human body online, in 3D

The plan is to add millions more protein structures to this incredibly broad database, to create a “protein almanac of the world". Image: Unsplash/Michael Dolejš

Devin Coldewey

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Alphafold, shown here, is a breakthrough protein folding system
Alphafold has predicted the structures of thousands of protein sequences. Image: DeepMind

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Different human protein structures. Image: DeepMind
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