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[ccp4bb] UK XFEL & Dynamic Structural Biology Workshop, 05 Nov 2019, The Francis Crick Institute



Hi,

 

I’m pleased to forward the message below and look forward to seeing you in London.

 

AMO

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Allen M. Orville, Ph.D.

Wellcome Investigator and Royal Society Wolfson Fellow

Principal Scientist, XFEL Hub at Diamond Light Source

Harwell Science and Innovation Campus

Didcot, Oxfordshire

OX11 0DE

United Kingdom

 

Phone: +44 (0) 1235 567505

Mobile: +44 (0) 7471 026061

email: allen.orville@diamond.ac.uk  

Skype: allen.orville

AMO site: https://www.diamond.ac.uk/Instruments/Mx/XFEL-Hub/Staff/Orville.html

XFEL-Hub site: https://www.diamond.ac.uk/Instruments/Mx/XFEL-Hub.html

 

 

Registration is now open to attend the Dynamic Structural Biology Workshop, which aims to capture input from the life sciences community as part of the overall science case for a potential UK X-ray free-electron laser (XFEL). For further information about the wider project and why input from the scientific community is encouraged, click here

Date: Tuesday 5th November 2019, 09:00-19:00
Venue: The Francis Crick Institute, 1 Midland Road, London, NW1 1A7


The day will be structured into four sessions and attendees will hear from expert speakers in a number of respective talks, which include:

  • Understanding the challenges in structural biology, with Professor Dave Stuart, Diamond Light Source/University of Oxford and Professor Christopher J Schofield, University of Oxford
  • X-ray applications in dynamic structural biology, with Professor Henrike Müller-Werkmeister, University of Potsdam and Dr Aina Cohen, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
  • Emerging methods in studying protein dynamics, with Dr Chris Russo, University of Cambridge and Dr Adrian Mancuso, European XFEL
  • Outlook and horizon view, with Professor James Naismith, Rosalind Franklin Institute/University of Oxford

The workshop will provide a platform for all life scientists to discuss the frontiers in structural biology, using various methods that include X-ray-based methods from synchrotrons and XFELs, as well as cryo-electron microscopy and NMR. The day will finish with a drinks reception to allow for further networking opportunities.

Thanks to support from the Wellcome Trust, BBSRC/UKRI, the Rosalind Franklin Institute and Diamond, the workshop is free of charge to attend but places are limited and will be confirmed on a first-come, first-served basis. For more event information and to see the full list of invited speakers, please click here

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We'd also like to highlight an aligned workshop focused on physical sciences. Workshop on Frontiers of Physical Sciences with X-ray FELs is hosted by the Imperial College Department of Physics on Wednesday 13th November 2019 (09:30-18:00) and you can register for your free place via this link.

Best wishes,

Diamond Events
events@diamond.ac.uk
T: (01235) 567599

 

 

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