Issue 35 | April 2021
BioExcel NEWSLETTER
Dear [subscriber:firstname | default:reader],

We are excited to announce registration and abstract submissions are now open for the EMBO Workshop: Advances and Challenges in Biomolecular Simulations in collaboration with BioExcel to be held from 18 to 21 October 2021. This virtual conference aims to bring together researchers in the fields of biomolecular simulations, integrative modelling, drug design and more.

Michelle Mendonca
Digital Strategy Officer
EMBO Workshop: Advances and Challenges in Biomolecular Simulations from 18 - 21 October 2021. Registration deadline is 24 September and abstract submission is 13 July.

Registration and abstract submissions open for EMBO Workshop in Biomolecular Simulations

The 4-day virtual conference will include talks from invited speakers and abstracts priortising early career researchers on free energy, molecular simulation, sampling, structural bioinformatics, integrative modelling and drug design. Fee waivers and childcare grants will be made available. Visit the website for more information on the programme and registration.
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