March 2010

ASBMB Introduces the DeLano Award

This award was established with the help of ASBMB members Axel T. Brunger, professor of molecular and cellular physiology at Stanford University, and James A. Wells, professor and chairman of the department of pharmaceutical chemistry at the University of California, San Francisco. As DeLano’s undergraduate and graduate advisers, respectively, Brunger and Wells experienced both his talents and bright personality firsthand and wanted some avenue through which to honor his impact. Together, they worked closely with DeLano’s family to bring this ASBMB award to fruition.

Video demonstration of PyMol, an open-source tool for visualizing the three-dimensional structures of proteins and other biological molecules created by DeLano.

Nick Zagorski (nzagorski@asbmb.org) is a science writer at ASBMB.


 

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