Molecular Modelling and Bioinformatics news

<p>Molecular dynamics is a biocomputational tool that allows the scientists to describe the movements of all the atoms of a protein over time</p>
9 Jan 2007

Biocomputation, with supercomputers as key tools, is allowing scientists to respond to many unanswered questions about these crucial agents for life.

<p>The movement of proteins is basic to understand its function</p>
9 Jan 2007

The study appears in this week’s online version of the prestigious scientific journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

4 Dec 2005

The newspaper El Pais reports the research developed by biochemist Modesto Orozco, group leader of  Molecular Modelling Informatics at IRB Barcelona. The scientist is developing a large library which will contain 1,900 proteins in movement. To build this library Dr. Orozco is taking advantage of the new supercomputer Marenostrum, established by the UPC.