SBGrid began managing and maintaining PyMOLWiki in 2016, taking the helm from Jason Vertrees, who spent over 10 years creating, building, and maintaining the site, with a significant investment of personal time and resources for the benefit of the community. SBGrid is dedicated to continuing Jason's vision, facilitating free access to software and training programs for structural biology. PyMOLWiki is an open source resource that will remain free for all members of the scientific community.
Join us for our monthly live webinar series in which we feature contributing developers demonstrating their software, highlighting new features, and previewing future developments. You'll hear the latest news and have opportunity to ask questions directly relevant to your research. Be sure to subscribe to SBGridTV to receive alerts when we post new recordings and view our full collection of past tutorials.
Up next: CCP-EM
July 23rd at 12pm EDT
Science & Technology Facilities Council
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Join us on May 22nd to hear from Giovanni Bussi from SISSA, Trieste and Massimiliano Bonomi, from the University of Cambridge, on Analyzing and enhancing molecular dynamics simulations with PLUMED.
Analyzing and enhancing molecular dynamics simulations with PLUMED
Massimiliano Bonomi -- Postdoc, University of Cambridge, Vendruscolo Group
Host: Jason Key
- PLUMED: A portable plugin for free-energy calculations with molecular dynamics. [Abstract] (arxiv.org/abs/0902.0874)
- PLUMED 2: New feathers for an old bird. [Abstract] (arxiv.org/abs/1310.0980)
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Join us on November 14th to hear about the latest updates to EMAN2.2 from Baylor College of Medicine Professor, Steven Ludtke.
- EMAN2.2 for Single Particle Analysis and In-situ Structural Biology
Professor of Biochemistry - Baylor College of Medicine
Co-Director - National Center for Macromolecular Imaging
Co-Director - Center for Computational and Integrative Biomedical Research
Join us on September 19th to hear from SBGrid's technical lead Jason Key. Jason will introduce some of the newest tools available to SBGrid users, including our new user environment and installation tools.
What's new at SBGrid: SBGrid Environment and Installation Tools
Technical Lead, SBGrid Consortium
Lecturer, Harvard Medical School
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