IBM to Hold Protein Folding Workshop to Advance Blue Gene Project | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK March 14 – IBM said Wednesday it is hosting a two-day protein folding workshop on the campus of the University of California at San Diego March 30-31. 

The purpose of the workshop, jointly hosted by the IBM Blue Gene project and the San Diego Supercomputer Center, is to bring together researchers working in the area of protein folding in order to generate suggestions for new avenues of research and collaboration for the Blue Gene project as well as the wider protein science community, IBM said. 

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