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Laboratory for Molecular Simulation
Director: Michael B. Hall Manager: Lisa M. Pérez
E-mail: mouse @ tamu.edu Phone: (979) 845-9384Fax (979) 845-2971Rm. 2109 Chemistry
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Welcome to the Laboratory for Molecular Simulation (LMS)

The Laboratory for Molecular Simulation (LMS) brings molecular modeling and computational chemistry closer to the experimental scientist by offering training to both new and advanced users. Advanced modeling software is available for researchers at Texas A&M University to perform quantum calculations on small molecular or solid systems and molecular mechanics/dynamics modeling for large systems such as proteins, DNA, nanomolecules, polymers, solids, and liquids. The LMS also provides support for faculty that wish to incorporate molecular modeling in their course material.

Publications and/or presentations that result from the use of the software and/or hardware provided by the LMS needs to include the following statement in the acknowledgments: We would like to thank the Laboratory for Molecular Simulation at Texas A&M University for providing software(, support, and computer time).