Amsterdam Science Park Study Group
LET'S MAKE RESEARCH FASTER, BETTER AND MORE OPEN!
Besides a significant data analysis component, (data) science is also about storytelling. What story emerges from your results? And how do you communicate your insights effectively? In this workshop you learn to use narrative techniques to share your research in a captivating way
People involved: Stephan van Duin (science journalist), organizer: Eva Lekkerkerker (DSC).
How to register: workshop website.
Last October, Yu-Hsien Li, a postdoctoral researcher working at SILS, Plant Physiology Department, attended a training workshop focused on structural bioinformatics and organised by the European Molecular Biology Lab (EMBL). Yu-Hsien Li training was funded by the Amsterdam Science Park Study Grant in order to participate to the course in exchange for a small workshop based on what he learned. This workshop will consist of a free lunch followed by two parts on structural protein bioinformatics.
12.30 – 13.00: free lunch
13:00-13:45 (part I, Yu-Hsien Li)
- Introduction of EMBL Structural bioinformatics course and their free course resource
- Protein database application (InterPro and UniProt)
- Alphafold application
13:55-14:40 (invited guest researcher: Bulah Wu)
- Introduction of Molecular docking
- Autodock Vina application
- Visualization of docking result
14:40-15:00 Questions & Answers
Useful link: EMBL training course attented by Yu-Hsien.
Contact: Stacy Shinneman (organiser, firstname.lastname@example.org) and Yu-Hsien Li (email@example.com).
Please find a complete list of our past events on the dedicated events page.
WHAT WE DO
The Amsterdam Science Park Study Group is dedicated to building a community of computational scientists in biology and other disciplines.
This Amsterdam Science Park Study Group promotes skill sharing and collaboration by:
All are welcome regardless of their scientific research area, affiliation or training level.