Showing posts from May, 2024

Registration for Summer RosettaCon 2024 is open

Source: We are pleased to announce that Summer RosettaCon will be held at Suncadia Resort in Washington from August 5 - 9, 2024. The conference will start on the late afternoon (4-5 pm) of Monday, and will finish on Friday morning after breakfast with the usual hike / activity day. Pre-RosettaCon will not take place as a separate meeting as the technical talks, discussions and tutorials will be incorporated into the program.  REGISTRATION Registration fees support conference sustainability; this fee is non-refundable and is one mechanism to reduce last minute cancellations and preserve our community resources. Note that the early registration deadline is June 15, 2024. Registrations after this date will incur a higher registration fee.  Please register at . For the first time, all registrations will go through the same interface.  If you need a letter of invitation to apply for a U.S. visa, c

Join us for the Rosetta user workshop in July 2024 in Nashville, TN

We are pleased to announce registration has opened for our 2024 Rosetta Workshop to be held July 22-24 in person at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. The Vanderbilt Rosetta Workshop is designed to be an introduction to the Rosetta macromolecular modeling suite, focusing on a practical introduction to common Rosetta protocols. Registration for the workshop is on a first-come-first-served basis and is limited to 15 participants. Please register as soon as possible since spots fill quickly.   Participants are responsible for their own travel and accommodation arrangements. We have a block of rooms reserved at a discounted rate, and this information will be shared once registration is completed. For more information, and to register for the workshop, please visit workshop-summer-2024/ Questions can be directed at Rocco Moretti.

Announcing the Winners of our Science Image Contest

  Dear Rosetta Community, We are thrilled to announce the winners of our recent Science Image Contest! The response we received was great, with an array of breathtaking images showcasing the beauty and complexity of our communities' scientific research. After much deliberation, we have selected the top three submissions that stood out for their creativity and visual impact. Without further ado, let's congratulate our winners: 1st Place: Tom Schlegel - $500 Tom's image captivated us with its stunning detail and artistic composition. Congratulations, Tom, on your well-deserved first-place win! Colorful blender rendering of the lumazine synthase from the hyperthermophile Aquifex aeolicus. 2nd Place: Ian Haydon - $300 Ian's submission impressed us with its striking visuals and unique perspective. His image effortlessly combines artistry with science. Congratulations, Ian, on securing second place! Analogous to perfectly straight, twist-free pieces of lumber, this new class