We are interested in the structure and motion of biomolecules, and how these relate to their functional and evolutionary roles in biology. We do everything from developing techniques for in silico investigation of biomolecular structure and interactions, to applying these in diverse areas ranging from drug development to fathoming the earliest stages of protein evolution. While much of our research is at a fundamental level, we're not averse to working on things that might be useful in the near(ish) future. For more information about what we're currently working on, please have a look at our Research page.