Issue 36 | May 2021
BioExcel NEWSLETTER
Dear [subscriber:firstname | default:reader],

We are pleased to share the recordings on our youtube channel from our recent online course, QM/MM simulation with GROMACS + CP2K which ran in collaboration with PRACE and ARCHER2.

Abstract submissions are still open for the virtual EMBO Workshop: Advances and Challenges in Biomolecular Simulations conference. Early career researchers are highly encouraged to submit their research for a poster session or short talk.

Michelle Mendonca
Digital Strategy Officer
A horizontal series of 3 youtube videos showcasing the QM/MM with GROMACS+CP2K course

QM/MM with GROMACS and CP2K course recordings available

Recordings of our recent online course, QM/MM simulation using GROMACS together with CP2K are now available on our YouTube channel. The associated course materials can also be found on the course page.
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BioExcel recognised in Research Infrastructure leadership

BioExcel has been awarded the Certificate of Excellence in Research Infrastructure leadership, for the participation in the Executive Masters in Management of Research Infrastructures.
Fee Waivers and childcare grants available. Submit your abstract by 15 July. #EMBOBioSim

Call for abstracts for EMBO Biomolecular Simulations conference

Submit your abstract for the virtual conference by 15 July. Fee waivers and childcare grants are available as well.

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50 years of Protein Data Bank

As Protein Data Bank celebrates its 50th anniversary, read about their journey as a catalyst in structural biology.
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Launch of the Norwegian Computer-Aided Molecular Design community

Attend the introductory seminar to celebrate the launch of The NorCAMD community in Norway to bring together those who have an interest in modelling and simulation techniques.

Training events

EMBL- EBI Structural bioinformatics | 11 - 15 October 2021

This course explores bioinformatics data resources and tools for the investigation and analysis of biomacromolecular structures.
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