Bruker Corporations are planning to have a single crystal diffraction user meeting in September at the Max-Planck-Institute of Biochemistry in Germany, in Martinsried near Munich.
This meeting will gather users from different structural biology and chemical crystallography labs. The meeting will provide a good platform to exchange ideas and experiences with Bruker systems and software. They are going to have two keynote lectures given by George Sheldrick and Elena Conti.
In Martinsried they are running a Metaljet D8 venture system equipped with a photon 2 detector and an ISX stage. This system will be on display and users will have the opportunity to take a close look at the setup. They have managed to maintain registration fees at a minimum and convenient accommodation will be offered on site.
This meeting could be ideally combined with the Murnau conference which is taking place the day after. In order to secure participation and accommodation it would be good to register as soon as possible.
Further information about the meeting as well as registration details can be found here
They look forward to welcoming many of you in the south of Germany later this year.