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Life in Motion:
Simulation from Particles to People

BY KATHARINE MILLER
- Jiggling Molecules
- Molecular Movement Takes Time
- The Ratcheting, Springing, Ejecting Ribosome
- The Stretching Cytoskeleton
- One-Way Tissue
- Swimming Larvae in the Natural World
- Crawling Creatures Unplugged
- Running Dinosaurs
- Animating Realistic People on the Go
- Standing Up, Learning, and Taking Trains

 
Departments
Guest Editorial:
Moon Shots for Biomedical Computing
BY SCOTT DELP, PhD

News Bytes
BY AMBER DANCE, PhD, ALISSA POH, ERIN DIGITALE, PhD, HAYLEY RUTGER, JANE LIAW, JOHN CANNON, MADOLYN BOWMAN ROGERS, PhD, MASSIE SANTOS BALLON, RACHEL TOMPA, PhD, AND ROBERTA KWOK
- Sloppy Systems Biology
- Turning Therapeutic Antibodies Into Better Drugs
- Protein Structure Prediction: Getting it Right
- Extinct Sabercat Brought to Life
- Center of Mass Controls Balance
- A Model of Epstein -Barr Virus
- A Digital Human Could Advance Medicine
- Virtual Genomic Scans with Real Data
- Homing in on the Minimum Genome
- Simulating a Scaffold for Bone Growth

Simbios News:
BCATS -- Not Your Usual Biomedical Computation Conference
BY JOY KU, PhD

POSTERS
Under the Hood:
Elastic Computing, Virtualization, and the Demise of the Common Cluster
BY ALAIN LAEDERACH, PhD
Seeing Science:
Simulation Simplified

BY JOY KU, PhD


Supported by the National Institutes of Health through the NIH Roadmap for Medical Research Grant U54 GM072970. Information on the National Centers for Biomedical Computing can be obtained from http://nihroadmap.nih.gov/bioinformatics/.