Structural Biology & Biophysics Program @ Duke University

Local Resources

Protocol for hosting speakers:

See text and links at the bottom of seminar schedule page.

How to contribute to this website (4 kinds of requests)

1: featured images for random occurrance at the bottom of some pages

GOAL: at least one picture for each SBB lab, updated when appropriate.

Items needed for a featured picture and its caption:
image: feature image fits nicely when 350px wide
(or a size and resolution that the SBBwebMaster can hack to fit in the 380px wide feature box)
(is the current feature box size optimal?),
caption, student, lab, lab_url, citation, cite_url.
minimally at least image and lab!

Example (used as the starting image):
iwd_backrub.jpg
caption: 'High resolution crystal structures reveal a common but subtle mode of local backbone motion -- the "backrub".',
student: 'Ian Davis',
lab: 'Richardson',
lab_url: 'http://kinemage.biochem.duke.edu/lab/Richardson/richardson.php',
cite: 'Structure. 2006 Feb;14(2):265-74',
cite_url: 'http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt= Abstract&list_uids=16472746&query_hl=1&itool=pubmed_docsum'

2: pictures, snapshots, etc. of SBB folk at work and play

Items for the SBB ever-changing Gallery
(Look at the old "Meet the students" and the link there to "2001 reception" to appreciate both the power of such pictures and the need for constant updating.)

3: sight-bytes for the eye-candy-bar at the top of the pages

Little images less than 60 pixels high, that can be nested into the valleys with the image background missing or transparent.

4: constructive criticism about content and style...

contact SBBwebMaster

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High resolution crystal structures reveal a common but subtle mode of local backbone motion -- the "backrub".

SBB student Ian Davis, Richardson lab
Structure. 2006 Feb;14(2):265-74