Group Mailing list Archive

16 May 2019

Plenary 14: Call for Sessions, Collocated Events, Posters and Registration Now Open!

Taking place from 23-25 October 2019, the 14th RDA Plenary will take place in Dipoli, the nature-immersed building of Aalto University, Helsinki, in Finland, “one of the happiest countries in the world”, states Per Öster, CSC-IT Center For Science Director and Co-Chair of the P14 Programme Committee.

01 Jun 2018

RDA P12 sessions: Deadline 29 Jun 2018

Dear all,

as the liaison for your group
³Structural Biology IG²,
I'd like to remind you that the call for Session Proposals for Plenary 12 in
Gaborone is open.
Further details are at
https://www.rd-alliance.org/12th-plenary-meeting-call-sessions

The deadline for proposals is 29 June 2018 (17:00 UTC).

In any case, please let me know if there is anything I can do to help.

Best regards,
RAiner.

29 May 2017

Call for P10 sessions Deadline: June 23

Dear All,

As the liaison for your group, I'd like to remind you that the call for Session Proposals for Plenary 10 in Montreal is open.
Further details are at https://www.rd-alliance.org/rda-10th-plenary-call-sessions 
 
The deadline for proposals is 23 June 2017 (17:00 UTC).
 
In any case, please let me know if there is anything I can do to help.
 
Best regards,
Rainer.
 

08 Sep 2016

Report on data life cycle

Hi,

The Horizon 2020 project "West-Life" recently prepared a report on the Life Cycle of Structural Biology Data.

I propose that the Structural Biology Interest Group of the RDA works to improve this report, and then meets to adopt it as an RDA output during the plenary meeting in April 2017:
https://rd-alliance.org/plenaries/rda-ninth-plenary-meeting-barcelona

25 May 2016

Data Life Cycle in Structural Biology

Hi,

Discussing the "Data Life Cycle" is a way of understanding the challenges related to research data. There are general descriptions of it, but there are also specific issues in particular domains. It would seem useful to discuss the life cycle of structural biology data, as a way to assess where we are and what challenges we have.

There is a early draft of a report here:

18 Aug 2013

Structural Biology Interest Group Update

Structural Biology (SB) is concerned with the determination of the three-dimensional (3D) structures of individual biomacromolecules (proteins and nucleic acids), and with those of complexes and higher order structures formed by association of these individual components. Researchers in SB currently use a wide array of different techniques; the true integration of these diverse data as close as possible to the experimental level is the next challenge of "integrated SB".