Webinar: Improvements in the GROMACS heterogeneous parallelization (2022-04-05)

By |March 8, 2022|Categories: Main Post, Webinars|

Szilard talks about the advances and improvements which enable the performance, flexibility and portability of GROMACS.

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Webinar: Social Media in Science Communication (2022-02-17)

By |January 28, 2022|Categories: Main Post, Webinars|

Michelle talks on the increasing demand for researchers to build a digital presence and the role of social media in science communication.

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Webinar: X3DNA-DSSR, a resource for structural bioinformatics of nucleic acids (2021-12-09)

By |November 16, 2021|Categories: Main Post, Webinars|

Dr Xiang-Jun Lu, at Columbia University, will give an overview of the main features of Dissecting the Spatial Structure of RNA (DSSR).

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Webinar: CHARMM Force Field Development History, Features, and Implementation in GROMACS (2021-11-23)

By |October 27, 2021|Categories: Main Post, Webinars|

Justin Lemkul will present the functional form and parametrization strategy of the CHARMM force field, along with key features that can be exploited for simulations of complex systems.

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Webinar: Computationally designing therapeutic antibodies – combining immune repertoire data and structural information (2021-11-09)

By |October 25, 2021|Categories: Main Post, Webinars|

Charlotte Deane, head of the Oxford Protein Informatics Group, will give describe sequence and structural databases and tools developed by her group and the therapeutics research and development these enable.

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