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 Fifth Annual Georgia Glycoscience Symposium

Fifth Annual Georgia Glycoscience Symposium

Loukas Petridis and Benjamin Lindner present their work on atomistic modeling of lignocellulose at the Fifth Annual Georgia Glycoscience Symposium at the Complex Carbohydrate research Center in Athens, GA.

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New Group Leader at CMB

New Group Leader at CMB

We welcome our new group member.

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ORNL Biophysics Summer School 2009

ORNL Biophysics Summer School 2009

Annual conference was held in Knoxville.

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Two Students at Molecular Kinetics 2009

Two Students at Molecular Kinetics 2009

Benjamin and Roland present the poster "Scaling of Multimillion-Atom MD Simulation on a Petascale Supercomputer".

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From Photosynthesis to Fuel: The Next Generation of Ethanol

From Photosynthesis to Fuel: The Next Generation of Ethanol

Our work on cellulose is once again "in the spotlight".

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Feeling the Heat

Feeling the Heat

Two interacting proteins move differently as they heat up. Computer simulations have shown that each pair of proteins bound to each other undergo a profound change in their relative motion as they heat up, a phenomenon that could provide clues to how proteins interact to govern living cells.

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C-CBAR Website live

C-CBAR Website live

The Center for Basic and Applied Research (CBAR, located at ORNL) has now a Website.

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Protein Pairs Feel the heat

Protein Pairs Feel the heat

Computer simulations have shown that pairs of proteins bound to each other undergo a profound change in their relative motion as they heat up, a phenomenon that could provide clues to how proteins interact to govern living cells.

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Interacting Protein Theory Awaits Test from New Neutron Analysis Tools

OAK RIDGE, Tenn., Sep. 27, 2007 — An international collaboration directed by an Oak Ridge National Laboratory researcher has performed the first-ever atomic-detail computer simulation of how proteins vibrate in a crystal...

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UT-ORNL Governor's Chair Unlocks Secrets of Protein Folding

September 17, 2007, KNOXVILLE -- A team led by biophysicist Jeremy Smith of the University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) has taken a significant step toward unraveling the mystery of how proteins fold into unique, three-dimensional shapes...

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Moving Technology to the Marketplace

A new culture at ORNL blends research with commercialization. There is no question. Science brought Jeremy Smith to Oak Ridge National Laboratory...

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Enzymes in Motion

ORNL's supercomputer shows how microbial enzymes turn plant cellulose into sugar...

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