Issue 37 | June 2021
BioExcel NEWSLETTER
Dear [subscriber:firstname | default:reader],

2 weeks until abstract submission close for the EMBO Biomolecular Simulations Conference! Present your research as a talk or poster on topics including biomolecular simulations, integrative modelling, structural bioinformatics, free energy, drug design and more. The abstract submission deadline is 15 July.

Michelle Mendonca
Digital Strategy Officer
Youtube playlist of lectures from the BioExcel Summer School

BioExcel Summer School recordings available

In case you missed it, all lectures of the BioExcel Summer School can be accessed through our youtube playlist.
EMBO Workshop: Advances and Challenges in Biomolecular Simulations conference from 18 to 21 October 2021

Abstract submission closing soon for EMBO Biomolecular Simulations Conference

18 talks will be selected from abstracts, out of which 6 talks will be prioritised for Early Career Researchers. Submit your abstract by 15 July.
3 DNA molecules undergoing methylation

Researchers at IRBarcelona discuss how regulation of the genome affects its 3D structure.

Connections are highlighted between epigenetic changes, chromatin structure and gene regulation, along with their implications on cancer and ageing.
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Accelerating research of new medical treatments with HPC on Amazon Web Services

New COVID-19 research at Sorbonne Université will use AWS Cloud to perform high-performance computing simulations. Key results will be publicly shared on the MolSSI-BioExcel COVID-19 Hub.
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BSC releases COMPSs version 2.9

This version of COMPSs will help developers program applications efficiently on distributed computational infrastructures such as clusters, clouds and container-managed platforms.

Job Opportunities

Assistant professor, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
KTH and SciLifeLab are hiring a well-funded tenure track Assistant Professor in data-driven cell and molecular biology.
PhD and Postdoc positions, Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry
The research groups of Prof. Dr. Helmut Grubmüller and Prof. Dr. Bert de Groot are inviting applications for projects in computational molecular physics.
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