Tiny computers in our body and how can we study them - Subtitle: Molecular Dynamics of RNA

About 5 % of our cells is built with RNAs - tiny molecular machines performing all sorts of tasks, from coding and decoding to maintenance. Only recently most of us got a little extra boost of them, through COVID-19 vaccine. Even more excitingly, those same tiny molecules are thought to hold an answer to where and how life came from on Earth about 4 billion years ago. And why it looks the way it does. But how can study them? Computer Simulations come to our rescue.

Tiny computers in our body and how can we study them - Subtitle: Molecular Dynamics of RNA

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