Advances in interactive molecular graphics enable not only creative research, but an increasingly collaborative and mobile research community to interact. In the “VIsualization Vault,” at the University of California, San Francisco, Professor Tom Ferrin and his team created Chimera, a ...
Author: Deirdre Kennedy
Categories: Intel, Intel Labs, Future Lab, Intel Free Press
Tags: bioengineering, informatics, Hans-Christian Hoppe, Future Lab Radio, 3D Molecular Visualization, BALLview, Biocomputing, Bioinformatics, Chimera, Christian Hoppe, Intel Tech Heaven 2011, Intel Visual Computing Institute Saarland, MyBioSoftware, Phillip Slusallek, Phillipp Slusallek, PLoS Computational Biology, Therapeutic Sciences, Tom Ferrin, UCSF, Visualization Vault