Stas Co-Edited a Special Issue in ACS Synthetic Biology

Our team leader Stanislav Mazurenko collaborated with Hector García Martín (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, the United States) and Huimin Zhao (University of Illinois at Urbana−Champaign, the United States) to co-edit a virtual special issue published in ACS Synthetic Biology. The collection focuses on the application of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to enhance predictive capabilities in synthetic biology. The issue showcases a variety of cutting-edge AI/ML architectures currently being explored in the field.
“It was an exciting opportunity to participate in the special issue and observe all that progress in the field. We were surprised to see so many articles submitted to the call, covering a broad range of topics from applied synthetic biology and protein engineering tools to method development and scientific text mining. And seeing so many research groups embracing AI tools in their research is truly inspiring!” added Stas.
The editorial for the special issue can be accessed here

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