The Computational Centre for Integrated Structural Biology (CCISB) provides computational support across the full range of disciplines.
The Computational Centre for Integrated Structural Biology (CCISB) provides computational support to the European community of structural biologists across the full range of disciplines, allowing a single point of access for software and support, and encouraging standardisation between the different disciplines.
CCISB is distributed across several sites, with nodes located at the Diamond synchrotron, Cambridge, York, STFC Daresbury Laboratory and Bristol.
CCISB provides software packages and services for structural biology, including help and advice on all software, either directly or by locating the relevant developer or expert. Service provision is virtual - the Centre does not host access visits.
CCISB has developed shared e-infrastructure that allows interoperability between data and services in the biological, medical, translational and clinical domains. This work, most recently undertaken through the project West-Life, is now available through Instruct-ERIC.
Most computational resources and queries can be done online. Users will need the appropriate software licences in place before accessing these platforms. We will advise here if desired.