Collaboration is essential for the progress of science. We enjoy sharing our research with other experts as well as learning from them.
When collaborating with other groups, one also sees different ways to conduct research, organize labs and interact with students. This helps us improve, and it is also fun to interact with people from different countries and cultures!
Centre de Biochimie Structurale (Montpellier, France). We are developing new methods to study ensembles of IDPs with NMR and SAXS. We also work together in algorithms to fit protein structures to SAXS data.
bioGUNE (Bilbao, Spain) We collaborate in the study of the PCNA protein and its interaction with IDPs, such as p15, and DNA.
Josep M. Bofill
Departament of Organic Chemistry, University of Barcelona.
Institute of Advanced Chemistry of Catalunya.We collaborate on the mechanism of several aldolases used in biocatalysis.
at the Institute of Structural Biology (Grenoble, France). We collaborate in the study of enzyme mechanisms with QM/MM and the development of new methods to describe reaction paths in biomolecules.
Joseph S. Francisco
University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA. We are investigating processes taking place at the Earthâ€™s atmosphere.
University of Girona. Together with Remco Sprangers, we study the role of motion in the scavenger decapping enzyme.
University of Lorraine and CNRS, Nancy, France. We are investigating processes occurring at the Earthâ€™s atmosphere.
Departament of Physical Chemistry, University of Barcelona.
Max Plank institute for developmental biology (Tubingen, Germany). We are studying the mechanism of the scavenger decapping enzyme, which he studied by crystallography and NMR.
University of Pittsburgh. We worked together in the study of protein flexibility with Elastic Network Models.
University of Copenhagen. We worked together on reaction of interest in Atmospheric Chemistry.