• Integrating Structural Biology

    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.

  • Instruct Biennial Meeting 2015

    20-22nd May 2015 | Florence, Italy
  • Access Call Open

    Call for access is now open. Visit any number of the Instruct platforms to perform cutting edge science. Submit your proposal for access today. Call closes 26th September at 5pm CET.


    Submit a proposal to apply, the deadline for this call is 26th September 2014.

Instruct Access Proposals

Visit any number of the Instruct platforms to perform cutting edge science. 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.

Deadline for Submission: September 26th, 5PM CET

Ivano Bertini Award

A biennial award has been set up in memory of Ivano Bertini, who pioneered innovative methodologies in the field of NMR and championed technology integration as a foundation for correlative structural biology. The Ivano Bertini award is sponsored by Bruker.

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Stephen Fuller (1953-2014)

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We are sad to report the death on 25th August of Professor Stephen Fuller. Steve was a pioneer in experimental and computational methods in cryo-electron microscopy and 3D reconstruction which he applied to virus structure, particularly icosahedral reconstruction of Semliki Forest Virus. He later worked on retroviral structure and assembly extending to mechanisms of immune response to infection. Steve was a major driving force for the highly successful and continuing programme of EMBO courses on cryo EM and a key advocate for establishing the electron microscopy databank (EMDB). Overall his enormous generosity and enthusiasm for training and helping people to use cellular and molecular electron microscopy have made a major contribution to the development of the whole field of structural biology.

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Upcoming Events

6th Oct 2014

Training

Protein Crystallography course via the web at Birkbeck College
Birbeck College London

6th Oct 2014

Training

ISBio2014, Integrative Structural Biology tools for the study of protein-ligand interactions
FCT-Universidade Nova de Lisboa

13th Oct 2014

Training

X-RAY METHODS IN STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
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16th Oct 2014

Meeting

Instruct Executive Committee Meeting
Frankfurt Airport

16th Oct 2014

Conferences

RELION workshop
Didcot

17th Oct 2014

Training

RDA Europe Workshop about Data Sharing and Interoperability
Brussels

22nd Oct 2014

Meeting

Instruct Council Teleconference
Teleconference

23rd Oct 2014

Conferences

BIAcore users' day in association with GE Healthcare
Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford

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