A series of seminars (that were also presented during the course) has been has been recorded and is given on this page. This includes the seminar on crowding . crowding indicates that there are so many molecules in cells that the cell almost looks 'full'. There is a seminar of force fields ; one on ions ; one on homology modelling ; one on precision and accuracy (that is part of the validation section) . The seminar on transmembrane helix prediction probably will be given in a different form in class, but this version is available. The somewhat complicated picture of the White website about the distribution of atom types across the membrane is also explained in a short seminar And finally, there is the seminar on validation .
Some of the seminars from bioinformatics 1 might after SFB hit the spot a bit better, I therefor repeat here the seminars on the role of water and on the rule of 10 .