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Marcelo Melo presented his research "An Application of NAMD QM/MM Interface to the tRNA Charging Mechanism" at the CPLC/CBQB Graduate Student & Postdoc Symposium, September 19, 2017. Urbana, IL.

David Bianchi presented his research "A Hybrid Stochastic-Deterministic Simulation of the Galactose Genetic Switch in Yeast" at the joint JNN/CeNS/CPLC Workshop at LMU, Munich Germany.

Dr. Zhaleh Ghaemi presented her research "Whole-cell simulations of mRNA splicing" at the International Conference on Systems Biology, August 6-12, 2017. Blacksburg, VA.

Dr. Marian Breuer presented his research "The Metabolic Reconstruction of a Minimal Cell" at the International Conference on Systems Biology, August 6-12, 2017. Blacksburg, VA.

Members of the Luthey-Schulten laboratory taught two modules on "Quantiative Imaging and Cell Simulations of Small Regulatory RNA" and "RNA Regulation in Eukaryotes" at the 2017 CPLC Physics of Living Cells Summer School, July 16-22, 2017. Urbana, IL.

Dr. Marian Breuer presented his research "The Metabolic Reconstruction of a Minimal Cell" at the International Conference on Systems Biology of Human Disease, July 5-7, 2017. Heidelberg, Germany.

Dr. Marian Breuer presented his research "The Metabolic Reconstruction of a Minimal Cell" at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the International Physics of Living Systems (iPoLS) Network, June 25-29, 2017. Paris, France.

Marcelo Melo presented his work "NAMD Goes Quantum: A New Integrative Suite for QM/MM" at the NAMD Developers Workshop, May 23, 2017. Chicago, IL.

John Cole presented his work "Careful Accounting of Extrinsic Noise in Protein Expression Reveals Correlations Among its Sources" at the Great Lakes Bioinformatics Conference (GLBIO), May 15-17, 2017. Chicago, IL.

Joseph Peterson presented his work "Parametric Studies of Metabolic Cooperativity in Escherichia coli Colonies" at the Great Lakes Bioinformatics Conference (GLBIO), May 15-17, 2017. Chicago, IL.

Marcelo Melo presented his work "The new QM/MM capabilities in NAMD and recent applications" at the CPLC/CBQB Graduate Student & Postdoc Symposium, May 2, 2017. Urbana, IL.

Tyler Earnest presented his work "Challenges in Integrating Cryoelectron Tomography Reconstructions into Whole Cell Simulations" at the Gordon Research Conference on Stochastic Physics in Biology, January 8-13, 2017. Ventura, CA..

Members of the Luthey-Schulten laboratory taught the use of Lattice Microbes at the Computational Biophysics Workshop, April 17-21, 2017. Urbana, IL.

Members of the Luthey-Schulten laboratory taught the use of Lattice Microbes at the Computational Biophysics Workshop, November 14-18, 2016. Atlanta, GA.

Members of the Luthey-Schulten laboratory taught two modules on "Quantiative Imaging and Cell Simulations of Small Regulatory RNA" and "RNA Regulation in Eukaryotes" at the 2016 CPLC Physics of Living Cells Summer School, July 24-30, 2016. Urbana, IL.

Our paper on spatially-dependent metabolic cooperativity in E. coli has been featured in BMC Systems Biology Highlights 2015 as a top article for 2015! The article has also been mentioned in the NIH blog Biobeats as well as Phys.org and IGB News.

Lattice Microbes v2.2/pyLM v1.0 released. Find it on its software page.

UIUC News bureau reports on our whole-cell simulations of E. coli (May 30, 2011; click here).