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Minisymposium: Biomolecular simulation in drug discovery

29 Nov, 2018 @ 09:00 – 17:00 – SciLifeLab will be organising a workshop on: Biomolecular simulation in drug discovery in Stockholm. The programme will include talks on molecular modelling applications, drug discovery as well as talks on selected abstracts. More information can be found here. Registration open here : https://www.scilifelab.se/events/minisymposium-biomolecular-simulation-in-drug-discovery/ [...]

Workshop on “Sharing Data from Molecular Simulations”

25 Nov, 2018 – 27 Nov, 2018 @ All Day – (Update: Recordings of the workshop presentations are available here and on our Youtube channel. And here are the slides from the talks.) BioExcel is organizing a workshop on “Sharing Data from Molecular Simulations”. This event will be located at the Rönnerberga Konferens center on Lidingö island (Sweden) from the 25th to the 27th of November. […] [...]

BioExcel Community Workshop 2018

21 Nov, 2018 – 22 Nov, 2018 @ All Day – On Wednesday 21st November we will be running a workshop event in the Netherlands focused on GROMACS and HADDOCK development. This event is by invitation only, but if you are interested in attending, please contact your Interest Group leader or Adam Carter <adamc@bioexcel.eu> and we can put you in touch with the workshop organisers. Looking […] [...]

BioExcel/PDBe Hackathon

05 Nov, 2018 – 06 Nov, 2018 @ 09:00 – 17:30 – The current PDBe REST API (in production since 2015) offers a variety of API endpoints (calls) to retrieve and query PDB and PDBe-KB data. PDBe-KB is a new community-driven resource managed by the PDBe team, which collates added value annotations relating to PDB structures. PDBe team has recently prototyped a new API based on Neo4J graph […] [...]

Human Brain Project Annual Meeting of the Co-Design Project 6 (CDP6): Modeling for Drug Discovery

30 Oct, 2018 – 31 Oct, 2018 @ 14:00 – 12:10 – Human Brain Project in collaboration with BioExcel are organizing the HBP Annual Meeting. Innovative neuromedicine approaches require a detailed understanding of the molecular and systems-level organisation of the human brain, the causes and mechanisms of diseases, their progression, and the response to treatments. Because of the high level of complexity of the nervous system and […] [...]