X-ray lasers in biology - techniques

Satellite meeting organised by Professor John Spence and Professor Henry Chapman

X-ray image of a human handing holding an egg containing a map of the molecule, lysozyme, of which egg-white consists. Dr A Barty. X-ray image of a human handing holding an egg containing a map of the molecule, lysozyme, of which egg-white consists. Dr A Barty.

Event details

This meeting brings together leaders in the development of new techniques for the study of molecular structure and interactions in biology using the recently invented hard X-ray laser. Topics will include time-resolved protein nanocrystallography, femtosecond wide-angle X-ray diffraction, sample delivery devices, data analysis and diffraction theory, and detector systems.

Biographies of the organisers and speakers are available below and you can also download a programme (PDF). Recorded audio of the presentations will be available on this page after the event.

Attending this event

This is a residential conference, which allows for increased discussion and networking. It is free to attend, however participants need to cover their accommodation and catering costs if required.

This meeting is now fully booked. To request a place on the waiting list, please contact the events team

Participants are also encouraged to attend the related scientific discussion meeting X-ray lasers in biology which immediately precedes this event.

Enquiries: Contact the events team

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