Posts Tagged ‘levitt’

Coronavirus turning point in US could be sooner than predicted, Nobel laureate claims | Fox News

April 1, 2020

The Disappearing Young Scientists

April 3, 2015

Disappearing Young Scientists Michael Levitt on implications of #budget cuts for starting researchers HT @oselsayed

What’s behind the shortage? Mr. Daniels suggests several reasons, including longer postdoctoral training; a system of applications, demonstrable data and peer review, and a shift in research costs to universities—which typically narrows awards to seasoned, tenured researchers. But perhaps the simplest explanation came from Nobel laureate Michael Levitt of Stanford, who said last year that senior scientists were once able to renew their existing grants and let young scientists compete for unawarded grant money. Now after budget cuts, older scientists are competing “against the kids,” and usually winning.


July 19, 2014

Theoretical Studies of Enzymic Reactions :
Dielectric, Electrostatic and Steric Stabilization of
Reaction of Lysozyme
the Carbonium Ion in the

Conformational Optimization with Natural Degrees of Freedom: A Novel Stochastic Chain Closure Algorithm

July 19, 2014

Comprehensive Evaluation of Protein Structure Alignment Methods: Scoring by Geometric Measures

July 19, 2014

Maps of protein structure space reveal a fundamental relationship between protein structure and function

July 19, 2014

Maps of protein structure space reveal a fundamental relationship between protein structure and function

Some random tidbits about Michael Levitt’s Nobel Prize

May 13, 2014

The science behind Michael Levitt’s Nobel Prize Interesting spin on the Nobel: no mention of the word “chemist”, just “biologist”. No mention of QMM, but lots of discussion of protein structure prediction and folding.

Stanford Nobel winner Levitt stunned by good news – San Jose Mercury News QT:{{”
His hero is French-American sculptor Louise Bourgeois, who at 70 indignantly told someone at her Museum of Modern Art exhibit, “You think this is a retrospective? I’m just beginning.” Then she rented a Brooklyn warehouse and went on to create her most famous work. “}} pics from ceremony

The 2013 Nobel prizes: Higgs’s bosuns | The Economist

March 9, 2014

Scientists who took chemistry into cyberspace win Nobel Prize | Reuters

November 4, 2013

The science behind Michael Levitt’s Nobel Prize

November 4, 2013