An experiment in reconstructing primordial proteins solves a long-standing riddle
Prof. Dan Tawfik is the recipient of the EMET Prize in Life Sciences Awarded by the A.M.N. Foundation
Proto-enzymes designed in the lab bound strongly to RNA and DNA, suggesting a surprising origin for these proteins
A computational method for designing dramatically more efficient versions of enzymes may lead to new avenues of drug design and new treatments...
A protein "time machine" reveals how proteins may have evolved
A “one-stop,” computer-design “shop” for stabilizing problematic proteins
Prof. Dan Tawfik is the recipient of the Teva Award for Excellence in Memory of Eli Hurvitz
How do bacteria cope with toxins that resemble nutrients?
Institute scientists reveal how bacteria living in toxic environments identify and expel the poison