Instruct is a pan-European Research Infrastructure providing expertise and access to high quality instruments for structural cell biology researchers. Access is free at Instruct Centres and support for travel, accommodation and consumables may be available. Proposals are being accepted now for access projects requiring one or more Instruct facilities.
The Instruct call for new proposals is closing on 11th April 2014. Be sure to submit your proposal before 5pm on the closing date to meet the deadline for this cycle of submission.
324 structural biologists responded to an Instruct survey on Software and Data Management Tools for Integrated Structural Biology. 318 respondents ...
Professor Marc Baldus of the department of Chemistry of Utrecht University received this Monday the Günther Laukien Prize 2014 at the 55th Experim...
Fourth Call for proposals for Instruct Centre Training Courses (to be held in the 2014/15 year):This is an extension of the fourth call that closed...
Call for proposals utilising Instruct-funded structural biology techniquesInformation on molecular structure provides insight in many areas of rese...
Scientists at the Instruct Centre UK (University of Oxford and Diamond Light Source) in collaboration with an international team from Beijing, Leed...
UPTON, UNITED STATES of AMERICA posted from
International Summer School of Crystallography
EMBO/EMBL Symposium - Molecular Machines
TSRC Workshop on Protein Dynamics
The Third Annual CCP-BioSim Conference
Animal Cell Cultures – Expression and Engineering
Hotel Munkebjerg, Vejle
Macromolecular Crystallography School - MCS2014
Instruct Executive Committee Meeting
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