Crowdsourcing plant phenomic data, bacterial niche construction abilities, protocell evolution, microRNA target prediction

  Crowdsourcing plant phenomic data, bacterial niche construction abilities, protocell evolution, microRNA target prediction Posted August 13, 2018 by post-info Check out our Editors-in-Chief’s selection of papers from the July issue of PLOS Computational Biology. Crowdsourcing image analysis

PLOS Computational Biology T-Shirt Design Winner Announced

PLOS Computational Biology T-Shirt Design Winner Announced   post-info PLOS Computational Biology is pleased to announce the winner of our 2018 t-shirt competition! This year’s t-shirt design was entered by Niklaus J. Grünwald and designed

Deep brain stimulation in Parkinson’s disease, modelling chromatin dynamics, ant obstacle courses

  Deep brain stimulation in Parkinson’s disease, modelling chromatin dynamics, ant obstacle courses   post-info Check out our Editors-in-Chief’s selection of papers from the May issue of PLOS Computational Biology. Quantitative theory of deep brain stimulation of

Machine Learning in Health and Biomedicine: A PLOS Medicine, PLOS Computational Biology, and PLOS ONE Call for Papers

0000-0002-8715-2896 Machine Learning in Health and Biomedicine: A PLOS Medicine, PLOS Computational Biology, and PLOS ONE Call for Papers   post-info PLOS Medicine, PLOS Computational Biology and PLOS ONE announce a cross-journal Call for Papers

A neuron’s eye view, recovering from intestinal cleanout, and models of cancer cell line metabolism

0000-0002-8715-2896 A neuron’s eye view, recovering from intestinal cleanout, and models of cancer cell line metabolism   post-info AddThis Sharing Buttons above Check out our highlights from the PLOS Computational Biology August issue: A systems

Jason Papin appointed as co-EiC

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Monitoring progress in translational bioinformatics

It is with great enthusiasm that the PLOS Computational Biology Education Editors present this invited blog post from Russ Altman, in what we hope will be a yearly feature for PLOS Biologue. It is a recapture of his annual review on … Continue reading »

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Making Biomolecular Simulations Accessible in the Post-Nobel Prize Era

PLOS Computational Biology Editor-in-Chief Ruth Nussinov and Guest Editor Qiang Cui introduce a freely available interactive step-by-step guide for performing common molecular simulation tasks integrated into the CHARMM INterface and Graphics web user interface. The three papers are part of

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PLOS Comp Biol style for 2014: Nonconsensus binding

PLOS Computational Biology is delighted to reveal the winner of this year’s t-shirt design competition: Ariel Afek, from Ben-Gurion University! Ariel’s design “Nonconsensus Protein-DNA binding” will appear on t-shirts available from the PLOS booth at the ISMB 2014 conference in …

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