14 June 2022 ESRFnews
Structural biology is entering a new age of artificial intelligence, with huge benefits for ESRF users.
The AI boost LIKE most structural biologists, Luca Jovine has learned to wait. Over his career, the ESRF user has experienced the frustration of it taking years to obtain the structure of a protein a result not only of the trials of crystallisation, but of the difficulty of extracting meaningful data and the very human process of interpreting it. Last year, however, his wait was finally over. After struggling with a particularly difficult protein, he and his colleagues at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden, and elsewhere took advantage