We are pleased to announce the next Molecular Dynamics AMBER Workshop which will take place at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center, Barcelona, Spain. The workshop offers a practical introduction to the AMBER Molecular Dynamics Software. Dates: 2-6 of June. Registration number limited to 40. Pre-registration deadline: April 28th.
Last most-relevant publications
- Modeling, Simulations, and Bioinformatics at the Service of RNA Structure Chem
- An artificial DNAzyme RNA ligase shows a reaction mechanism resembling that of cellular polymerases
- Surviving the deluge of biosimulation data Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: WIREs Comput Mol Sci
- The Origins and the Biological Consequences of the Pur/Pyr DNA·RNA Asymmetry Chem
Ascona B-DNA Consortium 2014 Meeting
The ABC (Ascona B-DNA Consortium) initiative was undertaken by an international collaborative effort involving nine research groups. ABC Simulations is a computationally intensive project aimed at carrying out molecular dynamics (MD) simulations including water and counterions on B-DNA oligomers containing all 136 unique tetranucleotide base sequences. Ten different laboratories all over the world have participated in the ABC2 DNA simulations in which the simulations have been extended up to 50ns with improved protocol.
Supercomputing and eScience -- Consolider Project
The State Secretary for Research, Development and Innovation, Carmen Vela and the Director of the National Supercomputing Centre of Barcelona (Spanish acronym: BSC-CNS), Mateo Valero, presented the most important scientific results from the Consolider Ingenio 2010 "Supercomputing and eScience" (Spanish acronym: SyeC) project on Tuesday at the headquarters of the State Secretariat of R&D+i.
Modesto Orozco gives his opinion about the 2013 Nobel Prize in Chemistry awarded to Martin Karplus, Arieh Warshel and Michael Levitt for their work in Computational Biology. Orozco has been consulted by journalists from “El País”, "El Mundo" and "Ara", newspapers.
Read his opinions here:
ARA (13/10/2013) PDF in Catalan