LINkS’ First Publication is released in Science Advances Magazine: “Experimental evidence for long-distance electrodynamic intermolecular forces”
Science Advances publishes the discovery of long-distance forces acting between proteins with a potential to sustain the high...
“Agent-based models for detecting the driving forces of biomolecular interactions”
ABSTRACT Agent-based modelling and simulation have been effectively applied to the study of complex biological systems,...
“Quantum Fluctuations in the Fröhlich Condensate of Molecular Vibrations Driven Far From Equilibrium”
ABSTRACT Fröhlich discovered the remarkable condensation of polar vibrations into the lowest frequency mode when the system is...
“Possible role of electrodynamic interactions in long-distance biomolecular recognition”
ABSTRACT The issue of retarded long-range resonant interactions between two molecules with oscillating dipole moments is...