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3D Molecular Structures Analysis with NCBI iCn3D
NCBI tutorial: iCn3D hands-on workshop “I see in 3D” (iCn3D) Structure Viewer is not only a web-based 3D viewer, but also a structure analysis tool interactively or in the batch mode […] – (Longer description.) …
Free New York Times through UW-Madison
Registering for The New York Times through UW-Madison All necessary information can be found at: https://www.library.wisc.edu/help/research-tips-tricks/registering-for-the-new-york-times-through-uw-madison/ duplicated below: UW-Madison students, faculty, and staff have free access to The New York Times Digital (NYTImes.com) through the UW-Madison …
Intermediate Research Software Development in Python
Intermediate Research Software Development in Python Greetings everyone and Club members, (apologies i you receive duplicates) This may be more of interest to intermediate/advanced Python users: A Spring Break mini course offered by the …
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Biochemistry Compute Cluster
The Biochemistry Computational Cluster (BCC) is a High Throughput Computing (HTC) environment available to the Department of Biochemistry and runs non-interactive jobs using HTCondor. …
These are a few of the main focus of the workshops in terms of software and areas of study: Molecular Graphics -PyMOL, Chimera, SybylX-, Molecular -Modelling MODELLER-, Data Analysis - R, Python, Markdown, Reproducible Research,…. Guest speakers are invited for additional topics or software demonstration (e.g. EndNote, MatLab…) …
Accessing the Biochemistry Computational Cluster
Please contact Jean-yves Sgro (firstname.lastname@example.org) for authorized access.
Workshops & Registration
Workshops are primarily focused on the needs of Biochemistry personnel from students to faculty, but often extended to Biomolecular Chemistry, Chemistry and other curious minds.
BCRF tutorials are typically two hours long and involve a lot of hands-on practice. All tutorial materials are available for individuals to use after courses or on their own.
Class size is kept small for better interaction and hands-on opportunities but occasionally can be augmented with two or three attendees bringing their laptops.
- Molecular Graphics
- Computational Methods
- Reproducible Research
Danger Virus movie: 2 minutes segment featuring Dr. Sgro
- PhD in Cellular and Molecular Biology, 1986
Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France
- EMBL Alumni
European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL-Grenoble)