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  1. Yewno Life Sciences Preview Event: June 20

    Stanford Libraries implemented Yewno, a new knowledge-discovery product that supports students and researchers in their early and exploratory stages of research and learning, over a year ago focusing at the time on Humanities and Social Sciences discovery support. Yewno at Stanford Libraries will now be supporting Life Sciences discovery.  Yewno Life Sciences will be using data-driven analysis and AI-based algorithms to model the behavior and complexity of pathophysiology in a new way helping the Stanford community to understand how mechanisms of action are derived from the interaction of biological, biochemical and medical entities.  With nearly 30 million sources, Yewno Life Sciences makes the unknowable, knowable and will dramatically enhance research efforts. Yewno Life Sciences will be officially launched at the American Libraries Association conference in June, but Stanford users are invited to learn more about its potential at a "Preview Event" for the Stanford community on June 20th from 10:30am - 12:30pm in the Ida Green conference room of Green Library in Suite 101 of Bing Wing.    

  2. Schrödinger Workshop: Life-Sciences Molecular Dynamics

    This workshop is designed to enable users to run protein molecular dynamics simulations effectively using best practices. We cover basic workflows which include how to build systems appropriate for MD, running MD, basic and advanced trajectory analysis tools, and the architecture and configuration of Desmond input and output files. Finally, we will consider the use of binding-pose metadynamics as an approach for improved pose prediction within the context of a protein:ligand complex. Familiarity with Maestro is recommended. More details on MD can be found at: https://www.schrodinger.com/desmond Topics to be covered:1. Why use molecular dynamics? 2. Setting up MD simulations and best practices3. Analyzing molecular dynamics trajectories4. Binding-pose metadynamics

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  3. Schrodinger Workshop: Life-Sciences Molecular Dynamics (MD)

    This workshop is designed to enable users to run protein molecular dynamics simulations effectively using best practices. Registration required.  This free workshop is limited to current students, faculty, and staff at Stanford.   Please use your Stanford email address when registering. We cover basic workflows which include how to build systems appropriate for MD, running MD, basic and advanced trajectory analysis tools, and the architecture and configuration of Desmond input and output files. Finally, we will consider the use of binding-pose metadynamics as an approach for improved pose prediction within the context of a protein:ligand complex. Familiarity with Maestro is recommended. More details on MD can be found at: https://www.schrodinger.com/desmond Topics to be covered: Why use molecular dynamics? Setting up MD simulations and best practices Analyzing molecular dynamics trajectories Binding-pose metadynamics

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