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Instruct comes of age

The latest edition of the European Journal of Immunology includes an article by Susan Daenke and Ray Owens describing Instruct operations, its history and what offers to the structural biology community.The paper was published on the 8th November 2017The paper can be viewed via this link....

Call for proposals for Instruct pilot R&D projects 2017-2018

Instruct allocates funds to support small pilot research and development projects in any area of structural biology up to a maximum of €15,000 per project. Projects should propose basic or applied research which is preliminary in nature with an expectation of collecting data that may be included in support of an application for more substantial funding through conventional routes. Projects that include technology and/or software development are encouraged. All proposals must include the use of...

Call for proposals for the Instruct Internship programme

Instruct provides access to state-of-the-art infrastructure and technology to support research in structural biology. Our aim is to encourage and facilitate the integrative use of technologies and methodologies that are available at Instruct Centres. The internship programme aims to train European structural and cell biologists in a wide range of technologies, not just one specialism. These researchers will be able to integrate different technologies to open up new areas of research.The Instruct...

Instruct-ERIC presentation at University of Oxford event at St. Hilda's College

The structure and activities of Instruct-ERIC will be showcased at a one day event hosted by the University of Oxford at St. Hilda's College on 7th September. Presentations will be made by the Hub Coordinator and the Instruct-ERIC Director. The Coordinator of the related development Instruct-ULTRA will also be present to explain the actions being implemented to expand Instruct-ERIC membership and the infrastructure provision as research needs evolve....

NWO-Groot subsidy awarded for 850 MHz NMR spectrometer

 NWO has funded the application for a powerful NMR spectrometer to be housed in the NMR centre at Leiden University. The total investment is 3 million euros, with support from both NWO and Leiden University. The spectrometer will be the heart of a Facility for Paramagnetic NMR. This facility will offer not only access to the spectrometer but also help in the design of paramagnetic compounds, probes and proteins. The NMR department as well as the groups Protein Chemistry and B...

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