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Issue 72 - January 2017
Read about 2016 milestones and a review of recently-added website tools and features. The Education Corner describes a cyber-linked summer program training the next generation of computational structural biologists by Rebecca F. Alford & Jeffrey J. Gray (Johns Hopkins University).
Issue 73 - April 2017
NSF and Popular Science announcing Zika Virus painting as 'Vizzies' Winner, data management, and more. In the Education Corner, Merry Wang (Autodesk Research) presents 'Learning in Virtual Reality: Revolutionizing education with Autodesk's Molecule Viewer'
Issue 74 - July 2017
This issue celebrates Helen Berman's ACA award, describes upcoming changes to the FTP archive, and shows how to access structural variations using PDBFlex data. In the Education Corner, Molecule of the Month creator David Goodsell asks readers to Get Excited, Be Critical.
Issue 75 - October 2017
This issue introduces the 2017 User Survey; PDB-Dev, the prototype system for Integrative/Hybrid structural models, and improved text searching. The Education Corner reports on an educational symposium focused on Structural Databases as Teaching Tools.
Issue 68 -January 2016
2015 statistics and highlights, the new wwPDB Deposition Tool, RCSB PDB's 2016 protein-drug
calendar, and more. The Education Corner describes Using 815,527 Crystal Structures to Teach Chemistry: The Cambridge Structural Database.
Wellcome Trust Image Awards, visualization of electron density maps for ligands, 2016 high school video challenge, and more. In the Education Corner, Jed Dannenbaum, a USC Professor of the Practice of Cinematic Arts gives advice on telling scientific stories with videos.
Meet our summer interns, watch the 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.
Learn about new website resources and access the new wwPDB Validation Server. In the Education Corner, Todd P. Silverstein (Willamette University) describes Myoglobin Structure and Function: A multi-week biochemistry laboratory project for undergraduates.
Read about 2014 statistics and highlights, large structures in the PDB, 15 years of the Molecule of
the Month, and more. The Education Corner describes how teachers have Mentored High School
Students for the RCSB PDB
HIV Video Challenge.
Read about the new Molecular Machinery viewer, released just as the PDB reached 100,000 protein
entries, large structures in the PDB, a paper describing the Chemical Component Dictionary,
BioJava, and more. The Education Corner highlights an online resource about HIV biology.
Articles describe the RCSB PDB's leadership transition anniversary, new website features for query
and visualization, and the protein modeling results at the National Science Olympiad. RCSB PDB
remembers Edgar Meyer and John Wooley. The Education Corner highlights the results of our High
School Video Challenge.
Articles describe new website features for visualization and analysis, an important
Hybrid/Integrative Methods publication, 2015 Poster Prize roundup, and more. The Education Corner
explores Learning the ABCs of Proteins.
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