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At the 2016 Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology (ISMB) Conference in Orlando, Florida (July 8-12), the RCSB PDB Poster Prize went to Fan Zheng for Tertiary Structural Propensities Reveal Basic Sequence-Structure Relationships in Proteins (Fan Zheng, Jian Zhang, Gevorg Grigoryan, Dartmouth College).
Many thanks to Co-Chairs Iddo Friedberg (Iowa State University) and Casey Greene (University of Pennsylvania), the entire Posters Committee, and Steven Leard (ISMB).
All 2016 awardees will be listed on the RCSB PDB website and will receive an educational book.
From July 22-26, RCSB PDB will be at the 2016 Meeting of the American Crystallographic Association (ACA) in Denver, CO.
Visit exhibition booth #46 to pick up new materials and meet with RCSB PDB Director Stephen K. Burley, Director Emerita and Associate Director Helen Berman, Deputy Director Christine Zardecki, and Scientific Support & Customer Service Lead Rachel Kramer Green.
The RCSB PDB Poster Prize will also be awarded to recognize a student poster presentation involving macromolecular crystallography.
The Summer 2016 issue of the RCSB PDB Newsletter is now online. Meet our summer interns, watch the 2016 Video Challenge award winners, explore protein modifications in the PDB, and more.
In the Education Corner, Krystle J. McLaughlin describes Lysozyme, Models and the PDB: Helping Undergraduates Explore Structure.
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