Free Energies in Biomolecular Systems: Theoretical Development and Application of Computational Approaches. Start date: Dec. 31, 2005. Expires: Aug. 31, 2007. Expected total amount: $451,474. Principal investigator: Benoit Roux. Sponsor: University of Chicago.

Supports the extension of current theoretical and computational approaches used in the modeling of biomolecular systems and the development of test protocols that will provide increased accuracy and reliability in estimating free energies while remaining computationally tractable.

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