Increasingly shaping our modern world, artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning are also revolutionizing innovations in the life sciences. Our teams and members are using these technologies in a variety of domains - such as text mining, structural modelling or biocuration - to provide researchers and clinicians with efficient and impactful solutions. Discover some applications that we enabled, including cancer diagnosis, identification of new therapeutic indications for a molecule, biodiversity protection, or advancing our open databases and software tools.
Harnessing game changing approaches for life science solutions
Artificial intelligence and machine learning
The SwissBioData ecosystem gains further traction
Co-led by the University of Bern (UNIBE) and SIB, the proposal of a national...
SIB and Idiap start a partnership
Bringing artificial intelligence and bioinformatics closer in Switzerland, Idiap...
In silico talk
AI-powered extraction of biomedical relationships from the literature
Melanoma is among the most serious types of skin cancers. To understand and...
In silico talk
Predicting clinical antimicrobial resistance
Antimicrobial resistance was named one of the top ten public health threats to...
Biodiversity: using artificial intelligence to better identify areas to protect
Can more species be saved from extinction by using artificial intelligence? A...
Join the [BC]2 Basel Computational Biology Conference 2021
[BC]2 is Switzerland's main event in the domain of Computational Biology, and...
The DNA regions in our brain that contribute to make us human
With only 1% difference, the human and chimpanzee protein-coding genomes are...