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Updated: Dec. 20, 2016

Katya Heldwein’s first investigations of herpesviruses focused on how they get into host cells. In the process, she became interested in how these viruses get back out again. Herpesviruses replicate their genomes in …

Updated: Dec. 19, 2016

Nicholas Sauter began working on DIALS (Diffraction Integration for Advanced Light Sources) in 2011 because he and his colleagues recognized that the experimental methods of X-ray crystallography were changing, and changing fast. To …

Updated: Dec. 8, 2016

Please join us December 6th to hear Abhishek Singharoy, from Klaus Schulten's lab at the Beckman Institute and University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, present on xMDFF, a new molecular dynamics flexible fitting-based …

Published: Nov. 29, 2016

In early 2016, Jochen Zimmer published a series of structural snapshots of molecular machinery during different stages of assembly and secretion of cellulose across the cell membrane. The series of images reveals a …

Updated: Nov. 15, 2016

SBGrid and NE-CAT are pleased to host a Phenix Workshop on experimental phasing, automated model building, and real space refinement. This 1.5-day course, with cases from X-ray crystallography and electron microscopy, will be …

Updated: Nov. 2, 2016

Willy Wriggers joins us again on November 1st, this time to give a tutorial on his software "Multiscale Computational Modeling and Visualization with Sculptor", a GUI-based extension of the Situs docking programs to …

Published: Oct. 27, 2016

Viruses like human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), and influenza have proteins on their surface that undergo dramatic conformational changes and allow the virus to fuse with a host-cell membrane and …

Updated: Oct. 13, 2016

Our next SBGrid-Schrödinger Users Group will be held on Tuesday, October 11th. Please join us to hear Ishita Aloni, PLDB Product Manager, give us a primer on Schrödinger's Protein Ligand Database, a knowledge …

Updated: Oct. 6, 2016

Please tune in to hear Willy Wriggers from biomachina.org in the first of two webinars. This first presentation will focus on his software tool "Combining Structures from Different Biophysical Origins with SITUS". SITUS …

Updated: Oct. 4, 2016

In recent work, Brian Fox and colleagues at the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison characterized glycoside hydrolases, enzymes that digest cellulose and can be used to turn plants …

Updated: Sept. 16, 2016

After ten years of work developing and managing the PyMOLWiki, Jason Vertrees is turning over the helm to SBGrid. “They’re getting the whole site,” he says. To Vertrees, that site represents more than …

Updated: Sept. 15, 2016

Please join us for a webinar on September 13th to hear the latest on PyMOL. Schrodinger's Senior Applications Scientist Daniel Cappel will give a presentation on "Communicating your research results using PyMOL." Communicating …

Updated: Aug. 26, 2016

Heading a small lab of just three people at the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy, Oleg Tsodikov, the only structural biologist at the College, is juggling multiple drug discovery projects. “It’s a …

Updated: Aug. 16, 2016

Registration Closed. Contact events@sbgrid.org with questions We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the 2014 SBGrid/NE-CAT Computing School. Quo Vadis Structural Biology 2014? will focus on Data Processing in …

Updated: July 29, 2016

Please join us for a webinar on July 26th at 12:00pm EDT to hear Christian Olsen's presentation on the molecular biology suite Geneious. Christian is an Application Scientist at Biomatters, Inc. Geneious Christian …

Updated: July 29, 2016

Mark Lemmon's career in structural biology began with a decision not to pursue structural biology. At Oxford University as an undergraduate, he'd been drawn to understanding biochemistry at a structural level. But the …

Updated: July 29, 2016

With the launch of our new website in the fall of 2014, we added a new option for help in the form of our SBGrid forums: the SBGrid Consortium Wiki and Discussion Forum. …

Updated: June 23, 2016

Please join us June 21st at 12:00pm EDT for a webinar on the Python package ProDy presented by Ivet Bahar from the Department of Computational & Systems Biology, at the University of Pittsburgh …

Updated: June 7, 2016

SBGrid will host Quo Vadis 2016: Advanced Crystallography, a 2-day course focused on indexing, integration, and scaling of challenging datasets and initial model building in corresponding experimental maps. The workshop will be held …

Updated: May 3, 2016

Say I’ve got two related motor proteins, says James Berger, professor of biophysics and biophysical chemistry at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, both helicases. One, which is responsible for DNA replication, moves …
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