In the latest Education Corner, David Goodsell asks readers to Get Excited, Be Critical when storytelling and describes his new book on Atomic Evidence: Seeing the Molecular Basis of Life. David is the author of the Molecule of the Month, a series at the RCSB Protein Data Bank that presents the structure and function of a new molecule each month, and several illustrated books on biological molecules, their diverse roles within living cells, and the growing connections between biology and nanotechnology.
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The Summer 2017 issue of the RCSB PDB Newsletter also celebrates Director Emerita Helen Berman’s ACA award, describes upcoming changes to the FTP archive, and shows how to access structural variations using PDBFlex data.
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