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The conformation of proteins is much more complicated than would be anticipated by simply taking into account the primary structure of the protein. It is now generally accepted that secondary structural elements contribute significantly to overall protein conformation. This conclusion is corroborated by the observation that at least 50% of the drug candidates in clinical trials bind to the protein-like subdomain of a protein target.
As a consequence, there is an interest in identifying and characterizing this “third dimension” of protein structure (C. Nargund, “A Case for the Third Dimension of Protein Structure”, Protein Eng. 11:1051-1062, 1998). Additionally, there is a need to improve the ability to predict protein structure from amino acid sequence. Since these goals are in some part mutually inconsistent, there is a need to efficiently and simultaneously address both issues.(Minyanville and Guy D’Oro contributed reporting)
With the announcement that Starbucks was stepping up its cost of living wage to $15 an hour and an increase to the company’s $1.5 billion “Race to $15” campaign, the company’s original plan has come full circle: a plan put in place in 2007 that will now reduce unemployment for the company’s workers.
Starbucks, the third-largest American food and beverage company, has always tried to provide a fair wage to its employees, going as far back as in 1989 when the coffee giant set a minimum pay floor of $5.75 an hour, according to a Starbucks press release. And in 2007, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz joined with Bill Clinton to pledge a $1 billion dollar commitment to “fight for a stronger America by lifting wages, supporting good jobs, and rebuilding our middle class.”
Since then, Starbucks has worked to raise its pay floors to $9 an hour in 2009, $10.50 in 2012, and finally $15 an hour in April of this year. With the latest increase, the company’s goal