There’s a lovely review in Nature Methods this week from James Fraser (UCSF) and Henry van den Bedem (Stanford).
It’s about time — the time course of protein motions (their pun not mine!), acknowledging “that dynamically exchanging networks are a macromolecule’s evolutionary unit”.
Recent advances in X-ray crystallography, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy and other techniques are helping us realize the dream of seeing—in atomic
This post is part of our ongoing series of public-friendly summaries describing research articles that have been published by members of the Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology. Sam Lohse, the first author on this paper, was a post-doctoral student at the University of Illinois and is now an assistant professor at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction, CO. He […]
Wandering Jupiter cleared path like a wrecking ballJupiter may have swept through the early solar system destroying a first generation of inner planets before retreating into its current orbit, according to a new study. The findings help explain why our solar system is so different from the hundreds of other planetary systems that astronomers have discovered in recent years."Now that we can look at our own solar system in the context of all these other planetary systems, one of the most
In a run-down market place in Kabul, Afghanistan, groups of men hang around hoping that someone will offer them a job for the day. But today is different. Today they get an unusual offer. Somebody is willing to pay them a whole days wage (about $9) just to fill out a survey. Of course, many [Read More...]