The HADDOCK team gave a two days workshop in Saudi Arabia, consisting of lectures and hands-on computer tutorials using their online educational resources and HADDOCK web portal. Sharing knowledge The participants to the workshop learned about the challenges associated with the modeling of biomolecular complexes and what HADDOCK can offer to solve their specific research questions.
Marijne Schijns (Utrecht University) is the winner of the public poster award for students at the Science for Life Conference 2016. The jury, 257 of the 400 congress attendants, indicated Marijne's presentation about Protein-protein binding affinity prediction applied to the docking problem, as the best Students' presentation. Marijne receives a voucher for attending a congress or summer
All PhD-candidates, young researchers and students in the fields of computational biology, bioinformatics, systems biology and related fields are most welcome to attend the annual retreat. Keynotes will be given by Fiona Nielsen, founder and CEO of Repositive and Jonathan Karr, Fellow at the Institute for Genomics & Mul!tiscale Biology at the