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New city, new workout: road testing everything from F45 to Bikram

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"The thing I liked the most about Bikram yoga was how hot everyone was. 1,777 more words

Fitness

The Complexity Map of the Human DNA. Is it possible?

The human genome contains 20000-25000 genes (3 billion letters). The approximate number of atoms necessary to encode human DNA is 200 billion. For example, Thymine’s base is a pyrimidine ring compound and it contains 15 atoms. 671 more words

Complexity

Spin Finish NMR Analyzer

Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), as an effective non-destructive inspection analysis technology, has been widely used in many fields, such as biomedical, chemical industry, petroleum energy and materials science. 278 more words

NMR Application

A better idea for Life on Titan

Oh, I do love it when a theoretician comes in from the dugout and turns the game around.  Billy Beane did that for the Oakland baseball team (see… 693 more words

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K. A. Ball, J. R. Johnson, M. K. Lewinski, J. Guatelli, E. Verschueren, N. J. Krogan, and M. P. Jacobson.  “Non-degradative Ubiquitination of Protein Kinases”, PLoS Computational Biology, 12 (2016) e1004898.  PMC4890936

Molecular Dynamics

New method for rapid calculation of fundamental hydration properties

In a recent Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter Special issue on Molecular scale theories and simulations of fluid systems, Professor Tyler Luchko and his team propose a new methods for calculating small molecule hydration energy and entropy, with huge potential for… 901 more words

Journal Of Physics: Condensed Matter

Image of the week: carbohydrate binding

Molecular recognition is an integral part of many biological reactions. This week’s image comes from a paper by Shoichi Tanimoto et al who use molecular dynamics and the 3D reference interaction site model (3D-RISM) method to examine the ion dependancy of carbohydrate binding in the carbohydrate-binding module family 36 (CBM36). 69 more words

Journal Of Physics: Condensed Matter