The Evans Foundation for Molecular Medicine, established in 2006, performs research on the complex processes involved in the self-assembly of biomolecules and bio-inspired structures, to better understand the formation of self-assembling, aggregate structures in biology and elsewhere. This research stems from our interest in Multiple Systems Atrophy and other neurodegenerative diseases involving protein aggregation.
January 2024: our paper on pattern recognition in nucleation has now been published in Nature.
May 2022: we have a new release of the rgrow assembly and nucleation simulator, with a significantly improved Python interface and easier installation.
Jul 2022: the preprint of our paper on pattern recognition in nucleation kinetics is now available as arXiv:2207.06399.
Jan 2022: we've released v1.1 of scikits-bootstrap, with improved performance and more accessible documentation.
Jan 2021: our FNANO talk is now available on YouTube.
9 May 2020: as FNANO 2020 has been cancelled, we have made an online version of our talk there, Pattern recognition in the nucleation kinetics of molecular self-assembly.