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Functional genomic hypothesis generation and experimentation by a robot scientist

Christopher Bryant, Ffion Jones, Douglas Kell, Ross King, Stephen Muggleton, Stephen Oliver, Philip Reiser, Kenneth Whelan

Journal Article
Volume 427
January, 2004
Nature Publishing Group

The paper describes a world-first demonstration of automated closed loop hypothesis formation and robotic experimentation. The application was functional genomics of yeast, and four-fold resource efficiency gains were demonstrated relative to other alternative approaches. The publication of the paper was followed up by the following Press Reports among others: BBC Today programme interview, New Scientist article, Washington Post, Associated Press, National Geographic and the Philadelphia Enquirer.

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