The SCLS project has been successful and achieved its goal. So, it ends on 31 March, 2016. As a "Flagship 2020" project, MEXT is promoting the development of the post-K computer. We solemnly ask for your continued support for the field of computational life sciences, Priority issue 1 and Priority issue 2.
New video, Researcher Talks Vol.4 "Promoting New Drug Design with Computer Simulation" was released.
New video, Researcher Talks Vol.3 "Cells Living in a Computer" was released.
BioSupercomputing Newsletter Vol.14 was published!
Simulations of Biomolecules in Cellular Environment -Multi Scale Modeling of Chromatin and Nucleosomes- (February 12, 2016 Movie Release)
Supercomputational Life Science 2015(10/20-21 Takeda Hall, The University of Tokyo)
ARTICLE: Integrated molecular analysis of adult T cell leukemia/lymphoma (nature genetics)
BioSupercomputing Newsletter Vol.13 was published!
Open House Day at RIKEN AICS (October 24, 2015 Kobe)
Comprehensive outline of SCLS research activities
SCLS is trying to elucidate complex biological phenomena using the K computer.
Portal site of S-cruise software for computational life sciences
Public relations magazine introducing research results and activities with SCLS is available.
This page is a movie gallery of the “SCLS-Channel” on YouTube.