Controlling the speed and trajectory of evolution with counterdiabatic driving

@article{Iram2019ControllingTS,
  title={Controlling the speed and trajectory of evolution with counterdiabatic driving},
  author={Shamreen Iram and Emily L. Dolson and Joshua Chiel and Julia Pelesko and Nikhil P. Krishnan and Ozencc Gungor and Benjamin Kuznets-Speck and Sebastian Deffner and Efe Ilker and Jacob G. Scott and Michael Hinczewski},
  journal={Nature Physics},
  year={2019},
  volume={17},
  pages={135-142}
}
The pace and unpredictability of evolution are critically relevant in a variety of modern challenges, such as combating drug resistance in pathogens and cancer, understanding how species respond to environmental perturbations like climate change and developing artificial selection approaches for agriculture. Great progress has been made in quantitative modelling of evolution using fitness landscapes, allowing a degree of prediction for future evolutionary histories. Yet fine-grained control of… Expand
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