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CRS4 Bioinformatica researcher joins editorial board of PLos ONE

CRS4 Bioinformatica researcher joins editorial board of PLoS ONE, the largest open access journal in the world. In his role of Academic Editor, Alberto de la Fuente will be responsible for the process of peer review of articles in the field of Network Biology, in particular on Network Inference. http://www.plosone.org  

5th International Workshop on New Challenges in Distributed Information Filtering and Retrieval

DART 2011 reminder deadline G5th International Workshop on New Challenges in Distributed Information Filtering and Retrieval. September 17, 2011 - Palermo (Italy). Paper submission deadline: June 3, 2011. Info: clai@crs4.it Web: http://www.diee.unica.it/dart2011/cfp.html Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=143145639085447 Twitter:  http://www.twitter.com/dart2011ws  

CRS4 Seminar. Molecular dynamics simulations with GPU: from protein dynamics to drug design

Pula (CA), Wednesday May 4th, 2011 - 11:00 am Sardegna Ricerche - Conference Room, Piscina Manna - Parco tecnologico Polaris - Building 2 Speaker Andrea Cristiani - University of Padova, Université de Genève Abstract The exploration at the molecular level of the conformational changes of a protein can help to elucidate and explain its functionality. This knowledge is…

Automation Integration in the Healthcare Environment: fully traceable processes

Pula (Cagliari) October 18th-19th, 2010 Participants Paolo Zanella (CRS4) Eric Olson (Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics) Troy Galloway (Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics) Giorgio La Spisa (Government of the Autonomous Region Sardinia) Gianluigi Zanetti (CRS4) Alessandro Bulfone (SharDNA) Francesco Cucca (CNR) Giorgio Da Rin (ASL Bassano del Grappa) Marcello Angius (Azienda Ospedialiera Brotzu, Cagliari) Giuliano Murgia (Sardegna Ricerche)  

Seminar CALIPHO Project (Pula, May 28th, 2010)

CALIPHO is a new interdisciplinary group created jointly by the University of Geneva and the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics (SIB). In September 2008, the UniProt/Swiss-Prot group achieved a major milestone: the first complete manual anno tation of what is believed to be the full set of human proteins (derived from about 20'300 genes). The next…