I just returned from the 3rd International Meeting on Protein and RNA Structure Prediction held in Montego Bay, Jamaica. It was an excellent meeting held in a beautiful location.
I presented our work on work on determining structures from sparse NMR data, in collaboration with the groups of Guy Montelione and Chris Jaroniec. There was a lot of interest and I had several interesting discussions.
There were a lot of interesting talks on topics ranging from better ways to do SAXS experiments to new structure prediction algorithms.
There was also some free time to explore. We went to a luminous lagoon filled with bioluminescent plankton that emit light in response to shear stress. It was an amazing experience.
Overall, it was a fantastic conference that I look forward to returning to in 2 years time.