Complex bimolecular processes occur in different spatial and temporal scales - ranging from microscopic (subatomic and atomic), trough macroscopic (macromolecular), up to macroscopic (sub cellular and cellular). Our interdisciplinary research groups will be developing a number of computational, multi-scale molecular modelling models and computational tools. Novel methodologies will also be adapted from other research areas. The developed models, along with the bio informatics approach (genomic and polemics), should be able to describe a larger class of key bimolecular systems and processes, including molecular recognition processes, enzymatic phosphorylafion and/or ATP-dependent structure formation, as well as the kinetics of metabolic pathways. Collaborative work, theoretical and experimental, should lead too much more reliable knowledge and practical applications. A program for international interdisciplinary conferences, workshops and educational mini-symposia is proposed. The novel, user-friendly modelling tools will be provided on our server within Inez European grids (EUROGRID, GRIP and possibly others).