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Published: Jan. 30, 2024

Bing Chen has spent his structural biology career seeking a better look at how HIV particles enter host cells to make people sick. In fact, his research group at Boston …

Published: Jan. 11, 2024

Join us once a month on Thursdays at 4pm ET for Meharry/SBGrid Train the Trainer Office Hours, open to alums and future attendees of Train the Trainer Workshops. Office hours …

Published: Nov. 29, 2023

In structural biology. there are few more onerous tasks than coaxing reluctant proteins into crystals. “Unfortunately, that is really a huge bottleneck,” says Sarah E.J. Bowman, who heads the National …

Published: Sept. 29, 2023

For nearly a century, protein crystallography has focused on certain X-ray signals to reveal the atomic architecture of proteins. But even a structure solved to the reigning gold standard of …

Published: June 28, 2023

André Hoelz was visiting The Rockefeller University in New York on a graduate school scouting trip when he heard an unforgettable talk. The lecture centered on an immense molecular complex …

Published: March 23, 2023

NE-CAT is pleased to offer our Practical Crystallography Course, June 21-23, 2023 at Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts. The course will be a three day workshop hosted in conjunction …

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Published: Feb. 28, 2023

Andrea Thorn had been a junior group leader for a less than a year when, in early January 2020, researchers in China identified the cause of a mysterious contagious illness with pneumonia-like symptoms. …

Published: Jan. 31, 2023

The periodic table may be an icon of chemistry, but a cluster of elements at its center gives biology some essential pop and sparkle. Yvain Nicolet at the Institut de Biologie Structurale (IBS) …

Published: Nov. 30, 2022

At the heart of human cells, tiny protein tubes radiate out in all directions. Anchored near the nucleus, they help cells hold their shape, organize internal components, and in dividing cells, tug apart …

Published: Sept. 28, 2022

Numbers speak clearly to Jamaine Davis. As a boy growing up on Long Island, math came so easy to him that one of his family nicknames was "the professor." Other numbers have shaped …

Published: July 28, 2022

About age 16, pondering his future, Evripidis (Evris) Gavathiotis decided he wanted to work as a chemist in drug discovery. It was personal. Growing up in Greece, he had witnessed his mother suffer …

Published: June 7, 2022

Animation Workshop August 1-5, 2022 Boston MA Instructor: Prof. Janet Iwasa Organizers: Prof. Janet Iwasa, The Animation Lab, University of Utah Prof. Piotr Sliz, SBGrid, Harvard Medical School SBGrid and Janet Iwasa of …

Published: April 29, 2022

By great luck, the laboratory of Kurt Krause, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand is only an eight-minute drive to a waterfall on Nicols Creek famous for an abundance of native glowworms. A …

Published: March 7, 2022

We're looking forward to presenting in the upcoming USNC/Cr workshop series - Exploring Structural Database Use in Crystallography - where we'll introduce attendees to the tools and services available to SBGrid Consortium members: …

Published: Feb. 25, 2022

A childhood gift of a microscope appears in the origin stories of many scientists, but usually it’s the seen object, with its startling new clarity, that inspires life-long curiosity. For Willy Wriggers, the …

Published: Nov. 28, 2021

Deb Kelly gets a lot of scientific mileage out of her dog Annie. Most mornings, they take long runs together in the rolling countryside near her Pennsylvania State University laboratory. Along the way, …

Updated: Nov. 12, 2021

Join us for our Software Webinar Series - Tuesdays at 12pm ET - to hear from software developers about what's new in structural biology. Community members connect via Zoom. Subscribe to SBGridTV to …

Published: Nov. 5, 2021

For SBGrid users who are already familiar with the SBGrid software installation platform, members may opt-in in to include the BioGrids software stack in their installation. BioGrids in an SBGrid-style collection of ~ …
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