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Many of these are really good and available on Youtube. Here are a couple on protein folding: the lecturer spends much of the time discussing the differences between Rosetta and other approaches to protein folding (FoldIt gets a mention too).

MIT OpenCourseWare Biological Chemistry II (lectures 13 and 14)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1s9JfZKFqU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C95294_vvQY

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Great find!

This is a great overview of protein structure prediction! He moves very quickly through these lectures and covers a lot of material, but I bet a more thorough reading list for the course can be found on the OpenCourseWare website.

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Foldit mention

On the first video after 47'51"

After describing 2 methods of prediction (statistics and physics), he mentions a 3th approach: playing Foldit !

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