Gordon Life Science Institute and Its Impacts on Computational Biology and Drug Development

Author: Kuo-Chen Chou

Gordon Life Science Institute is the first Internet Research Institute ever established in the world. It is a non-profit institute. Those scientists who really dedicate themselves to science and loving science more than anything else can become its member. In the friendly door-opened Institute, they can maximize their time and energy to engage in their scientific creativity. They have also believed that science would be more truthful and wonderful if scientists do not have to spend a lot of time on funding application, and that great scientific findings and creations in history were often made by those who were least supported or funded but driven by interesting imagination and curiosity. Recollected in this review article is its establishing and developing processes, as well as its philosophy and accomplishments. Particularly, its productive and by-productive outcomes have covered the following five very hot topics in bioinformatics and drug development: 1) PseAAC and PseKNC; 2) Disported key theory; 3) Wenxiang diagram; 4) Multi-label system prediction; 5) 5-steps rule. Their impacts on the proteomics and genomics as well as drug development are substantially and awesome.


Journal: Natural Science
DOI: 10.4236/ns.2020.123013 (PDF)
Paper Id: 98918 (metadata)

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