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Updated: April 6, 2020

Join us once monthly for our BioGrids Technology Breakfast where we'll hear about research computing tools and services available to the Harvard community and get updates from a variety of …

Updated: June 28, 2017

A year ago, Bridget Carragher and Clint Potter’s group broke the so-called three-angstrom barrier for electron microscopy (EM). Prior to their work, so many structures had been solved using EM …

Updated: April 20, 2017

A range of bioinformatics training opportunities are available to HMS researchers, with classes ranging from 2-hour introductory Python lectures to a 10-day in-depth NSG data analysis courses. Check out the …

Updated: March 1, 2017

The molecular graphics software called Chimera, written and supported by a team of scientists in Tom Ferrin’s lab at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), has been cited over …

Updated: March 1, 2017

In 1987, when Geoff Barton was a graduate student learning computational structural biology at the University of London, just 6000 protein sequences were known, but their numbers were rising exponentially, …

Updated: March 1, 2017

Physicist Klaus Schulten once imagined becoming a dancer, relying on nothing but his own mind and body to perform. “But I was not a good dancer,” he says. “So my …

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Updated: Oct. 27, 2015

SBGrid has been working to develop an easy-to-use Laptop Installer to install BioGrids and SBGrid software. Mick Timony will demo a version of the installer for Harvard Medical School's BioGrids users at Thursday …
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