The BD2K Centers are propelling the data sharing revolution forward at every level of research
Scientists are bringing diverse methods together to better understand schizophrenia and other mental illnesses
Computer models find that various ion channel arrangements can produce the same firing pattern
An elegant new model of balance control suggests the brain only cares about one thing: the body’s center of mass.
Erik Lindahl of Stockholm University uses OpenMM to speed up molecular simulations of membrane proteins and takes inspiration from Simbios’ professional approach to software development as he continues developing and maintaining GROMACS.
How Simbios' state-of-the-art software tools are contributing to high-impact biomedical research
Using Rosetta@Home, a program that runs on the personal computers of 150,000 volunteers worldwide, David Baker’s team predicted the structure of a 112-amino-acid protein from scratch.
To understand biology—and provide appropriate medical care—scientists need to understand interactions across multiple scales. Hence the Physiome.