Infographic of the Day: Supercomputers and Drug Development

December 3rd, 2014
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Drug companies often devote 10 to 15 years and more than a billion dollars to bring a new drug to market. But researchers at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory are using supercomputers to helpstreamline the drug development process.

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This infographic outlines five ways Livermore researchers are using high performance computing (HPC) to bring new therapies to clinical trials and the marketplace more rapidly and with a higher rate of success. HPC, pharmaceutical research, biology, science, chemistry, computational science, drug development - See more at: http://visual.ly/supercomputers-and-drug-development#sthash.YKiL3bhv.dpuf

Supercomputers and Drug Development









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