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17 June 2024

The development and maintenance of large-scale codes in the field of natural science is challenging. Many codes have grown ‘organically’ within [...]

11 March 2024

Stiftelsen Markussens studiefond has decided to award Computational Chemistry´s Doctoral student Amanda Eriksson Skog. Amount: 50 000 SEK. Amanda will [...]

8 December 2023

A computational investigation of a rhodium-based light-harvesting complex based on ab initio molecular dynamics simulations carried out by members [...]

7 December 2023

Our new study of caffeine appears on the cover of American Chemical Society's Journal of Physical Chemistry. Hofmeister laid out the foundation of [...]

24 November 2023

Congratulations Amanda Eriksson Skog and Henrik Vinther Sørensen to your awards from The Royal Physiographic Society of Lund. Endowments for the [...]

8 November 2023

An online lecture by Mikael Lund about lesser-known protein-protein interactions is available. The talk was given as part of the LINXS Antibodies in [...]

30 May 2023

Clay is a material that has been used since ancient times for protecting, building and carrying things. If we learn more about how to change various [...]

26 May 2023

We are proud to announce the publication of a new review article that showcases the latest features of OpenMolcas, an advanced computational chemistry [...]

31 January 2023

The European Spallation Source (ESS) is a European project to build the world’s most powerful neutron source in Lund.

21 November 2022

Ultrafast laser spectroscopy uncovers mechanisms of light energy conversion in photosynthesis and sustainable energy materials Donatas Zigmantas, [...]