|CCL 09.01.06 Biomolecular Simulation 2009, York, UK|
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Date: Fri Oct 24 10:32:41 2008
Subject: 09.01.06 Biomolecular Simulation 2009, York, UK
Biomolecular Simulation 2009 - the third annual meeting of the Collaborative Computational Project for Biomolecular Simulation (CCPB) - will be held at the Yorkshire Museum and Gardens in York, from Tuesday 6th till Thursday 8th January 2009. Biomolecular Simulation 2009 is not just for experts in the field: the aim is to provide a forum where everyone interested in applying biomolecular simulation techniques to their work can get practical information to enhance their research. With the support of the BBSRC, the conference represents extremely good value for money, with generous subsidies particularly for UK-based academics and students. Invited speakers include: Nathan Baker Paolo Carloni Peter Tieleman Jed Pitera Andrew Leach For more information see: www.ccpb.ac.uk/events/conference/2009/ or email chris-*-ccpb.ac.uk. CCPB will also be running a Specialised Training Workshop on Electrostatics Calulations, as a satellite to this meeting. The workshop will take place at the University of York on Friday 9th January 2009. More details can be found at: www.ccpb.ac.uk/events/workshops/electrostatics/NOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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