Our most read Behind the Paper posts from January have a common theme - machine learning.
- Mohammed AlQuraishi on a bespoke machine-learning approach to studying peptide-peptide interactions en masse.
- And designing the first deep learning model for detecting patch-clamp single molecule events by Richard Barrett-Jolley.
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