CCP4 exists to produce and support a world-leading, integrated suite of programs that allows researchers to determine macromolecular structures by X-ray crystallography, and other biophysical techniques. CCP4 aims to develop and support the development of cutting edge approaches to experimental determination and analysis of protein structure, and integrate these approaches into the suite. CCP4 is a community based resource that supports the widest possible researcher community, embracing academic, not for profit, and for profit research. CCP4 aims to play a key role in the education and training of scientists in experimental structural biology. It encourages the wide dissemination of new ideas, techniques and practice. Click for more information

Computational Centre for Integrated Structural Biology (CCISB)
CCISB is an INSTRUCT Associate Centre linked to the Core Centre at Oxford. The centre was established in April 2010 to provide computational support to the European community of structural biologists across the full range of disciplines, allowing a single point of access for software and support, and encouraging standardisation between the different disciplines. The Centre consists of a hub hosted by the Computational Science and Engineering Department of the STFC, and located at the Research Complex at Harwell, together with nodes at Cambridge, York, STFC Daresbury Laboratory and Bristol providing specific expertise. Initial contributing groups include CCP4, CCPN, CCPB, PIMS and Diamond Light Source.

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