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A new ANImated MOLecular viewer has been released: AniMol is here

It's finally here, the new molecular viewer "AniMol" (ANImated MOLecules) is in beta for free public use. AniMol allows you to create interactive views of molecular structures or dynamics thereof and then gives a permanent link and QR code image for access from anywhere, including on mobile devices. For example, check out the #sarscov2 spike proteins' plausible opening/closing motion at https://lnkd.in/ec7RpSyz or https://lnkd.in/eyT_DpEx.

AniMol was created by current Maths and Physics 3rd year student James Panayis working with recent Warwick Physics graduate James Partington and Prof. Rudo Roemer from theory group. Their work has been funded in part by a Warwick InnovationsLink opens in a new window "Impact Acceleration Account" fund.

Wed 20 Jul 2022, 13:52 | Tags: Undergraduates, Research

Reflections on the National Astronomy Meeting, 2022

After a successful week at the National Astronomy Meeting hosting over 800 astronomers and more than a thousand members of the public, we speak to some of our Local Organising Committee (LOC) who reflect on the past week.

Hear from Dr David Brown, Chair of LOCLink opens in a new window

Hear from Catriona McDonald, PhD studentLink opens in a new window

Hear from Tom Killestein, PhD studentLink opens in a new window


Annual Physics BBQ

On Wednesday 13 July, staff and PG students from the department will attend our annual summer BBQ. We're looking forward to celebrating in the sunshine after this being postponed for two years.

Wed 13 Jul 2022, 11:39

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