The Petr Sedmera Award for 2018 was presented
Petr Sedmera award is presented annually for outstanding work published in the area of nuclear magnetic resonance in memory of Petr Sedmera, a renowned scientist who greatly contributed to the development of the field.
We are very proud to announce you that this year Petr Sedmera award obtained Jan Novotný`s work. Congratulation to team of authors.
Novotny, J., Sojka, M., Komorovsky, S., Necas, M. & Marek, R. Interpreting the Paramagnetic NMR Spectra of Potential Ru(III) Metallodrugs: Synergy between Experiment and Relativistic DFT Calculations. Journal of the American Chemical Society138, 8432-8445, doi:10.1021/jacs.6b02749 (2016).
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Revolutionary cryo-EM is taking over structural biology
The number of protein structures being determined by cryo-electron microscopy is growing at an explosive rate. A report published by Nature on February 10, 2020 says that a revolutionary technique for determining the 3D shape of biomacromolecules is booming. Last week, a database that collects protein and other molecular structures determined by cryo-electron microscopy, or cryo-EM, acquired its 10,000th entry.
Registration for Advanced methods in macromolecular crystallization IX is now open
Proposed deadline for applications for this course which is focused on theoretical aspects of crystal growth process as well as practical work is March 20th 2020.
Instruct-ERIC Training call now open
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