By Steve Crouch, Research Software Group lead.

This is the first in a series of blog posts by the Institute's Team Leads to provide an insight into the day-to-day work of the Institute.

The Institute is once again holding its Open Call for Projects, and we're starting to see applications rolling in. So if your project develops research software and you'd like some free expert help, why not consider submitting an application? We work with projects from any discipline, and in the last two months we've helped two groups in the fields of biomolecular simulation and…

By Devasena Inupakutika, Steve Crouch and Richard Bradshaw

Computer simulations are a good way to study molecular interactions. There have been striking advances in the application of computer simulation to innovative complex systems that have shed light on phenomena across the breadth of modern chemistry, biology, physics and drug design. ProtoMS (short for Prototype Molecular Simulation) is one such major piece of Monte Carlo biomolecular simulation software. The Software Sustainability Institute is working with ProtoMS developers to review and…

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