Engineer Uses Supercomputing to Advance Nanomedicines for Cancer

Engineer Uses Supercomputing to Advance Nanomedicines for Cancer

 

Treatment for a disease like cancer is much different from treatment for a disease like COVID-19: in the COVID case, a drug or vaccine needs to spread throughout your body to be effective; for many cancers, the target is much, much more precise. At the University of Connecticut, Ying Li – a professor of mechanical engineering – is using supercomputing to help create nanomedicines that can exactingly target cancerous cells.

Read the article here: www.hpcwire.com/2021/05/03/engineer-uses-supercomputing-to-advance-nanomedicines-for-cancer/