Paper highlight: Paper #52

I’ll start highlighting some of our key results from FAH in this blog.  I’ll start with our most recent paper (paper #52  Control of Membrane Fusion Mechanism by  Lipid Composition:…

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Check out our FAQ's

We’ve been working hard to update our FAQ’s.  We’ve gotten a great deal of help from many people both within the Pande group and outside.  7im (FAH forum moderator) has…

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Life in Motion Symposium

For those that are local to the Stanford area and are interested in hearing more about Folding@home, I’ll be speaking at the "Life in Motion" symposium this Thursday.  You can…

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FAH affiliated labs

Running and further enhancing FAH is quite involved these days.  We’ve come a long way from the days were it was mainly me and just 2-3 other people.  Right now,…

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The ribosome

We’ve been putting a lot of effort into studying the ribosome.  The ribosome is particularly important for proteins — it’s where the messenger RNA (mRNA) is converted into proteins, i.e.…

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What can Thermodynamics tell us?

Thermodynamics (and it’s "older brother" statistical mechanics — but I’ll refer to both as Thermodynamics) plays a very important role in what we do.  I thought I’d talk a little…

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Nanomedicine center

Our lab is part of an NIH roadmap center for Nanomedicine.  The basic idea of the nanomedicine roadmap centers is to use nanotechnology and other advances in chemistry, structural biology,…

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SAMPL challenge

Developing and applying new methods for computational drug design has become a major thrust for FAH as our methods have matured and developed.  It’s become useful to test just how…

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