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Computational Structural Biology group focusing on dissecting, understanding and predicting biomolecular interactions at the molecular level.

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No less than three HADDOCK tutorials have been given in the last three weeks in Italy. The first one took place at the University of Cagliari, Department of Physics early June, sponsored by Sardegna Ricerche.

It was followed by a HADDOCK day at the first School on Molecular Modeling for Life Sciences, which took place from 6th to 10th June 2016 in Pula, Sardinia, Italy.

The third workshop was help in Salerno preceeding the 13th annual meeting of the Italian Bioinformatics Society (BITS2016). The group was well represented at BITS with a keynote lecture by Alexandre Bonvin, and the best poster prize for Anna Vangone with her binding affinity prediction web server PRODIGY. Congratulations Anna!

The tutorials covered various scenarios of HADDOCK from the basic protein-protein docking tutorial to more advanced ligand binding site screening as available on our Education web page.

Such events also always provide an opportunity to advertise the expertise and e-infrastructure provided by various European e-Infrastructure projects such as West-Life, INDIGO-Datacloud, BioExcel with the support of EGI.