NVK Structural Biology Symposium
New Horizons in Structural Biology
Friday 1 July 2016
Prof. Dorgelozaal, Traverse, TU Eindhoven
The TU-Eindhoven and the Dutch Crystallographic Society (NVK) have hosted a 1-day Structural Biology Symposium.
Structural Biology has undergone revolutionary developments, reaching out towards the structures of the most complex biological macromolecules and providing state-of-the art tools for structures of large molecular machines. This one day symposium addressed key questions and issues in structural biology and imaging, particularly:
· High-resolution 3D cryo-EM of macromolecular complexes
· Crystallization of proteins
· Drug design
· Protein-protein interactions
· Improvement of structural models
Our keynote speakers were Rouslan Efremov (VIB-VUB, Brussel) and Arjen Jakobi (EMBL Heidelberg).
All attendees, who will not be giving a talk, were encouraged to present their own work at the conference during the poster sessions.
The meeting was held in the Prof. Dorgelozaal, Traverse, TU Eindhoven campus, which is located only 15 minutes walking distance from the Central train station (see map below).
Registration is closed now.
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The organising committee,
Marjo van Hoof