Bioinformatics Seminars

Bioinformatics Seminar

Time: 10:45am Tuesdays.
Venue:
Level 7 Seminar Room 2, WEHI1

17 October 2017

Biomolecular modelling - the jigglings and wigglings of molecule

Michael Kuiper
Data61, CSIRO

All of the life sciences ultimately involves the interactions of molecules at the atomic level. With the increases of computational power and raw biological data, especially from next generation sequencing and other '-omics' platforms, molecular visualization is becoming an ever more useful tool for the biological researcher. This talk is aimed at introducing molecular modelling methods to the life scientist, helping explain its applications and limitations to research and how one might get started. With even basic structural modelling skills, it is hoped the general researcher can better interpret their results and plan future experiments.


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