Current Challenges in Integrated Structural Biology
May 25, 2014
19-20 June 2014, IGBMC (Illkirch)
The aim of this bi-annual meeting is to discuss ongoing and future developments in the field of integrated structural biology. It will bring together experts from the crystallography, NMR, cryo electron microscopy & tomography and hyper-resolution imaging fields to address key questions in biology, especially around transcription & translation and related mechanisms involving large nucleo-protein complexes. The presentations by leading scientists in the field will have a focus on the technological innovation for multi-resolution approaches to address the structure and function of these complexes at molecular and cellular levels of organization. This time it will be a joint event with the inauguration of a new high-resolution electron microscope (Titan Krios) at the new Centre for Integrative Biology at the IGBMC.
Speakers: F. Allain; X. Darzacq; S. de Carlo; P. Dumas; G. Evans; B. Klaholz; A. Schertel; C. Schulze-Briese; H. Stark; S. Subramaniam; A. Weixlbaumer
Registration to the symposium is free but mandatory. The number of participants is limited.