The Ivano Bertini Award recognises a significant achievement in frontier research that utilises an integrative structural biology approach.
The Instruct training courses programme aims to increase the skills level of researchers in structural biology through the organisation and support of training courses, workshops and conferences. The programme only supports events planned, organised and implemented by Instruct Centres.
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.
Instruct-ERIC is accepting proposals for the 5th Biennial scheduled for 2021. The host Centre of the 5th Biennial Conference should plan for a similar standard and scale as for the 4th biennial conference being hosted in Spain in May 2019 with an excellent programme of speakers.
A joint call is launched to support one practical training course, to take place between October 2019 and March 2020, with a focus on improving the biophysical characterization of samples in structural biology projects.
Instruct has identified opportunities for focussed technical developments that will improve its service provision to the structural biology user community. The aim is to develop new technologies and progress them to a stage where they can be made available through the Instruct access programme.
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