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EMBO Practical Course – Structural characterisation of macromolecular complexes – 1 to 8 June

Course overview Recent developments in cryo-EM/ET, super-resolution microscopy, and protein structure prediction — coupled with increasingly sophisticated methods of sample preparation — have revolutionised structural biology. Educating the next generation of researchers on how to strategically combine these disparate tools is critical for addressing the most challenging structural biology problems of the future. Course participants […]

Grenoble cryoEM club kick-off meeting – 28 March

This club is all about bringing together CryoEM enthusiasts from the Grenoble area and beyond. Supported by IBS, EMBL, ESRF, PSB and FRISBI, this initiative is set to be a platform for discussions and knowledge exchange focused on technical aspects of electron microscopy and their implications for structural biology. This kick-off meeting will feature a […]

PSB Spotlight on “Neutrons in Biology” – 28 June

This PSB Spotlight will comprise of half a day of lectures (in the IBS seminar room) on the different neutron techniques available at the Institut Laue-Langevin which are useful for biology. Lectures will cover small-angle scattering (SANS), reflectometry, crystallography, inelastic scattering, and deuteration. A special focus will be on the complementary information that neutrons provide […]

PSB Seminar – 25 April

Prof. David Drew, Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Science for Life Laboratory, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden. https://www.su.se/english/research/research-groups/david-drew-s-research-group Talk abstract Transporting small molecules across cell membranes is an essential process in cell physiology. The uptake of glucose and the maintenance of intracellular pH are two fundamental processes carried out by most cells. Here, I will present […]

PSB x GRAL Student day – 9 April

PSB and GRAL have partnered to organize the next PSB x GRAL student day on April 9th at IBS. ~150 students, including about 50 first year PhD students, are currently preparing a PhD thesis within the Partnership for Structural Biology (PSB: EMBL, ESRF, IBS, and ILL) and the Grenoble Alliance for Integrated Structural & Cell […]