- David van der Spoel Saturday, 20 July 2019
Layer Structure in Simulated Water
Wednesday, 05 July 2006

The paper "The Origin of Layer Structure Artifacts in Simulations of Liquid Water" by David van der Spoel and Paul van Maaren was the #1 most-accessed article in Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation during the first quarter of 2006. More info.


Folding Kinetics Algorithm in Phys. Rev. Letters
Tuesday, 20 June 2006
In a recent publication in Phys. Rev. Letters we have presented a new algorithm for deriving kinetics information from a heterogeneous ensemble of MD trajectories, that is, different, possibly varying, temperatures and starting from different starting conformations. For more information look here.
"Lifting a Glass from a Wet Table" featured in the press
Tuesday, 20 June 2006
The paper "Lifting a Glass from a Wet Table: A Microscopic Picture" was featured in the Boston Globe .
Cape Town Jan. 2006
Saturday, 04 February 2006

Three members of the protein folding laboratory, David, Alexandra and Marvin, have visited Cape Town, South Africa between Jan. 22nd and Feb 1st in order to visit collaborator Graham Jackson and his team. In an eventful week featuring mountain climbing and a visit to the Cape of Good Hope, we also got quite a bit of work done. Together with Cape Town students Andre Mabula and Shane Stone we are working on refinements of peptide structure based on NMR data collected at Stellenbosch University, SA.


New website
Monday, 16 January 2006
A new website for the protein folding laboratory is under development. It is prided by the lighthouse of Ameland, one of the islands on the Dutch coast. We hope the site is enlightening for the reader about protein folding research.
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