Astbury Launch Event
On 25 November 2019, the Astbury Biostructure Laboratory will be formally launched as an Instruct-ERIC site. To welcome the Astbury Biostructure Laboratory to Instruct-UK, Instruct-ERIC and the Astbury Centre are hosting a launch event at Nexus at the University of Leeds.
Join us for a one-day event, exploring the advances in technology and infrastructure that are revolutionising the way in which we interpret molecular and cellular functions, and find out how integrative approaches are connecting atomic-level structure with functionality at the cellular level.
The launch event will showcase the electron microscopy, NMR and mass spectrometry technologies and expertise of the Astbury Centre, and provides a chance to discover the funded research opportunities that are available through Instruct - including machine access, training, internships and R&D pilot project awards. As well as talks from experts in structural biology, there will be an opportunity to tour the facilities on offer through Instruct, and to ask your scientific questions directly to the specialists. For more information and to register for the event, click here.
ARIA Workshop and User Group meeting
Instruct-ERIC is hosting an ARIA workshop and User Group meeting on 25th February in Amsterdam.
CIISB UP project approved for financing during 2020-2022
The project CIISB UP submitted to the OP VVV Call 02-18-046 Research Infrastructures II has been positively evaluated and will receive funding to reinvest into the existing equipment and to purchase new instrumentation in the amount 22 mil. EUR.
Magnetic Resonance - An Interactive Open Access Publication of the Groupement AMPERE
The AMPERE Society has decided to launch a new publication called “Magnetic Resonance, An Interactive Open Access Publication of the Groupement AMPERE” for articles on Nuclear and Electron Magnetic Resonance and Imaging.
Advanced SAXSanalysis trainingWe would like to invite you to an Advanced SAXSanalysis training.The training is designed to help you with processing data collected with small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) instrument in the Centre of Molecular Structure in the Institute of Biotechnology of the Czech Academy of Sciences in BIOCEV. The tutorials will be by application specialist Anton Paar (instrument manufacturer).