Issue 31 | December 2020
Dear reader,

This month has been quite busy as we hosted 30 participants from all across the world on the Winter School on Biomolecular Simulations course. The poster prize winners will present their research in a special edition webinar on 18 January featuring topics on modeling protein-DNA electrostatic interactions, effects of nanoparticles on lipid phase separation, and large scale membrane movement induced by surface charge reversal.

We wish you and your families happy holidays and look forward to seeing you in the new year.
Have a good break!

Michelle Mendonca
Dissemination Officer
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BioExcel Winter School lectures now online

In case you missed it, all lectures of the Winter School can be accessed through our youtube playlist.
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Call for Open Science ambassadors

The Open Life Science program announced its mentorship and training program for individuals and stakeholders in research to become Open Science ambassadors.

Supercomputing and COVID-19

Find out how EU projects are using supercomputing applications to tackle the global challenge of containing the pandemic.

    Nostrum Biodiscovery

    Nostrum Biodiscovery is hiring

    Nostrum Biodiscovery (NBD) is seeking two new Researchers for the biomolecular modelling area. Applications close 31 January.

    Webinars and Events

    Student Webinar: Winter School 2020 Edition | 18 January
    HiPEAC conference 2021 workshop: The HPC CoE services and applications | 20 January

    Watch: Multiscale QM/MM simulations - exploring chemical reactions using novel GROMACS/CP2K interface

    Screenshot of BioExcel webinar by Dmitry Morozov with play symbol to watch the webinar
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