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Professor Armin Delong passed away on October 5, 2017
a founder of electron microscopy in the former Czechoslovakia and prominent physicist, passed away on October 5, 2017 at the age of 92 (*29.1.1925 - ✝5.10.2017).
5th Call for proposals for the Instruct Internship programme
Instruct provides access to state-of-the-art infrastructure and technology to support research in structural biology.
2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry - Cryo-electron Microscopy
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2017 was awarded to Jacques Dubochet, Joachim Frank, and Richard Henderson "for developing cryo-electron microscopy for the high-resolution structure determination of biomolecules in solution".
Interim Evaluation of Large Research Infrastructures 2017 by MEYS - Results
Performance of all Large Research Infrastructures included in the „Roadmap of the Czech Republic of Large Infrastructures for Research, Experimental Development and Innovation for the years 2016-2022” has been subject of the Interim Evaluation by International Evaluation Committee established by the Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sports of the Czech Republic.
An official celebration of ERIC status adoption takes place at the Royal Society, London on the 18th July 2017.
Instruct-ERIC launched in London
Jo Johnson recognised the value and relevance of collaborative work between the UK and European scientists.
2nd iNEXT Annual Users Meeting
The 2nd iNEXT Annual Users Meeting took place on 22nd-24th May 2017, in Brno (Czech Republic). The venue was the “BEST WESTERN PREMIER Hotel International Brno”, in the very center of the second largest city of the Czech Republic, where Gregor Mendel conducted his groundbreaking experiments and established a new scientific field of genetics.
The 3rd Instruct Biennial Structural Biology Conference
The 3rd Instruct Biennial Structural Biology Conference took place in Brno, Czech Republic, from May 24 to May 26, 2017 hosted by Instruct-CZ/CEITEC. Brno is the city of Johann Gregor Mendel, a founder of modern genetics and one of the first scientists who applied a multidisciplinary approach to explain his observations. The social programme of the meeting included a visit to the Mendel’s Museum and dinner at the Augustinian Abbey, where Mendel worked and lived.