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Natasha Edman Jun 21
I knew that dishwashers have filters you need to clean regularly...TIL that size exclusion chromatography columns have filters too 🤢
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Institute for Protein Design Jun 20
It took years to create a computer game that lets non-experts design proteins from scratch. Here’s what our scientists learned along the way.
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Noel Carrascal Jun 18
5 challenges we could solve by designing new proteins by David Baker. The revolution has already started, and it is about to break out with new developments and insights. It's hacking life; speeding up the genetics revolution. via
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Bruno Correia Oct 1
Our first vaccine related paper is just out - fantastic effort from Fabian, the team and collaborators ! Boosting subdominant neutralizing antibody responses with a computationally designed epitope-focused immunogen
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DNASTAR Jun 18
Don't miss our webinar July 11 to see all of the new features in Lasergene 16 for & . Can’t make it to the live event? Register anyway, and we will send you a link to the recording after the event.
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Claire Noble Apr 16
Excited for the second day of the annual conference today! Hmu if you wanna talk about computational or °h e m e° and its importance in 😄🧪
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Bruno Correia Nov 23
Exciting times for our lab , great effort from everyone : Rosetta FunFolDes – A general framework for the computational design of functional proteins
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Roberto Chica Dec 23
Honoured to have been selected as the inaugural recipient of the Young Investigator Award from the Biophysical Society of Canada!
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Roberto Chica 18 Dec 17
Happy to announce the 3rd Protein Engineering Canada Conference, which will be held in beautiful Vancouver, Canada, on June 17-20, 2018. More information can be found here: .
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Charles Brooks Apr 24
Opening afternoon of the ⁦⁩ Annual Symposium, Ryan Hayes from Brooks lab presents advanced free energy methods in protein design.
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Jeffrey J. Gray Nov 20
Considering graduate school for ? Here's a list of programs where you can join a lab and work on biomolecular structure prediction and design.
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Institute for Protein Design May 16
Protein designers can't make molecules that move, right? Out today: "De novo design of tunable, pH-driven conformational changes"
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Institute for Protein Design May 23
Happening now at UW: a mini-symposium on the intersection of deep learning and
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James Lingford May 14
Designing proteins that can discriminate between closely related members of a protein family for selective binding. The Baker lab takes ankyrin repeat proteins (DARPins) to the next level!
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ISBUC May 16
Lecture by 2018 Chemistry Nobel Laureate Frances Arnold at University of Copenhagen, Biocenter on 23rd of May. More info at . There is no sign up so remember to show up early.
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Institute for Protein Design Jun 5
Today's an exciting day! After many years of work, we're thrilled to report our latest advance in citizen science:
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Franziska Seeger Oct 9
I computationally design custom proteins to modulate how interact with each other in human diseases to create a new generation of thank you for recognizing my work
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Roberto Chica Feb 13
I'm honoured to receive the 2019 Melanie O'Neill Young Investigator Award in Biological Chemistry from the Canadian Society for Chemistry!
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WoolfsonLab Dec 18
We have a 4-year PhD studentship available through the Max Planck Centre for Minimal Biology @ Bristol on protein design in bacterial cells. Deadline: 31st Jan. More details here Please RT and pass on
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Ana Paula Dias Jun 18
When the guy behind a technology (David Baker) that you wrote about years ago as a university assignment has an amazing TED Talk
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