Issue 45 | February 2021
Dear reader,

The BioExcel webinar series is back with two new webinars: Social Media in Science Communication, 17 February and What's new in GROMACS 2022, 8 March.

Applications will be closing in three weeks for the BioExcel Summer School on Biomolecular Simulations. This course is intended for primarily PhD and post-doctoral researchers using or planning to use biomolecular modeling and simulation in their everyday research.

Michelle Mendonca
Digital Strategy Officer

Webinar: Social Media in Science Communication

Register for the webinar on 17 February where you will hear from Michelle on the increasing demand for researchers to build a digital presence and the role of social media in science communication. She will also provide tips on how to optimise your use of social media platforms along with the “dos and don’ts” of building a digital presence.
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Virtual course on free energy calculation and alchemical transformation in GROMACS

Register for the free course to learn how to calculate the free energy associated with an alchemical transformation. Limited places are available.
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Applications closing soon for BioExcel Summer School on Biomolecular Simulations

Don't forget to submit your application by 7 March for BioExcel Summer School with the opportunity to gain training on GROMACS, HADDOCK, PMX and CP2K.
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Webinar: What’s new in GROMACS 2022

Join the webinar on 8 March to hear about the new features included in the recently released 2022 version of GROMACS, including QM/MM interface to CP2K and performance improvements.
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International Day of Women and Girls in Science with Victoria Hill

To celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we caught up with Victoria Hill who is completing a placement as part of her PhD programme in the BioExcel team. Read about her experience and future plans.

Watch: X3DNA-DSSR, a resource for structural bioinformatics of nucleic acids

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