I’m co-organiser of this slightly-different CECAM workshop in October 2015 at the Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany. Rather than following the traditional format of 3-4 day populated by talks with the odd poster session, this is an extended workshop made up of six mini-workshops. Since it is focussed on python-based tools for biomolecular simulations, of which there are an increasing number, the […]
HackDay: Data on Acid
Every year the Software Sustainability Institute (SSI) run a brilliant meeting called the Collaborations Workshop, usually in Oxford. This is an unconference lasting two days. At first glance it doesn’t look like it would be relevant to my research, but I always learn something new, meet interesting people and start, well, collaborations. The latest edition was last […]
BPS15: Yes! Yes! But why? But why?
As part of my series of guest blogs at the 59th Annual Meeting of the US Biophysical Society I wrote some thoughts on the National Lecture by Klaus Schulten that was last night. To find out what the quote refers to, you’ll have to follow this link… Update: you can now watch the National Lecture […]
I’m at the Annual Meeting of the US Biophysical Society Meeting in Baltimore which is large (6,500 scientists) with multiple parallel sessions. You might have thought that Twitter would be the ideal platform for providing a feed for all the questions, reactions and suggestions but very few people are using it, although there is definitely more tweeting compared to […]
BPS15: Where shall we have lunch?
The most useful and enjoyable part of coming to the Annual Meeting for me is not the talks, nor is it the poster session nor even the free T-shirts. It is meeting up and talking with fellow scientists. But one must first solve an important question that Douglas Adams describes better than I ever could […]
BPS15: I’m (guest) blogging..
I was pleased to be chosen as one of the guest bloggers. for the Annual Meeting of the US Biophysical Society in Baltimore that runs from today to Wednesday 11 February. You can read my posts, as I write them, here.