Mar
04
2015
0

Announcement and call for abstracts: Structural Bioinformatics microsymposium at ECM29, August 23-28, Rovinj, Croatia

The 29th European Crystallographic Meeting (ECM29), to be held on August 23-28 in Rovinj, Croatia, will feature a Structural Bioinformatics microsymposium (http://ecm29.ecanews.org/programme/microsymposia/#ms10). All structural bioinformatics topics with relevance to macromolecular crystallography are welcome. Abstract submission (for oral or poster presentation) is available at http://ecm29.ecanews.org/participate/abstract-submission/, with deadline March 23. The final program will encompass two 30-min talks from invited speakers, three 20-min talks chosen from the submitted abstracts, and poster presentations. For questions or additional information please Email guido.capitani@psi.ch.

Feb
04
2009
0

3DSIG 2009 – Structural Bioinformatics and Computational Biophysics

An ISMB satellite meeting. Stockholm, June 27-28 2009.

3Dsig has established itself as a main event in the field of structural bioinformatics and computational biophysics since 2004. Amongst this year’s confirmed keynote speakers are Michael Levitt and Gunnar von Heijne. This is a unique event bringing together in one place the structural computational biology community. The program will be built around talks from accepted abstracts and invited speakers.

Keydates:

  • February 16, 2009 – Registration opens for 3Dsig and ISMB/ECCB. 
  • March 18, 2009 – Deadline for submitting an abstract to 3Dsig to be considered for oral presentation.
  • April 2, 2009 – Deadline for travel fellowship application for the main ISMB/ECCB conference.


Dec
16
2008
1

What’s trendy in structural bioinformatics ?

Instead of our regular Bi-weekly digest, Lets take a pause and dissect the trends in computational structural biology. As you may noticed, we added to the sidebar a “Structural Bioinformatics” titles feed. This feed is maintained by ~ 30 people at CiteULike, grouped by their liking to: “topics ranging from sequence-structure relationships to molecular simulations of biomolecules”. We used wordle to present popular items on that feed (around 1350 titles) and the results are striking.

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