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Advances in COVID-19 Prevention and Treatment Enabled by Structural Biology Research Workshop

The emergence of the novel Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) -- the etiologic agent responsible for the current outbreak of COVID-19 -- mobilized research communities around the world to investigate the virus and the disease at unprecedented speed. To deliver information suitable for the development of vaccines, therapeutics, and diagnostics, researchers representing multiple disciplines and institutions quickly initiated broad collaborations, while DOE user facilities provided unlimited access to resources necessary for this research.

Crystallography in the 21st Century: Reflections on Raj Rajashankar

NECAT is hosting a symposium, Crystallography in the 21st Century:  Reflections on Raj Rajashankar, on November 8th at the Italian Acadamy in NYC from 8:30am - 5pm. 

Cost is free, but registration is required.  Flier is attached for more details! 

Register now, deadline is Nov. 1st  -- https://bit.ly/2lNOxbo!

New Technologies for MX Beamlines

Flyer for MX Meeting

Serving the future of structural biology: new technologies for MX beamlines

NE-CAT will be hosting this meeting on February 13, 2019.  Registration can be made at https://bit.ly/2SPO7wS

Registration required for access to workshop lunch.

Complete speaker list: Matthew Bowler (EMBL, Grenoble), Gwyndaf Evans (Diamond), Kunio Hirata (SPRing-8), Sean McSweeney (NSLS-II), Alke Meents (DESY), Max Nanao (ESRF), Didier Nurrizo (ESRF), Nick Sauter (LBNL), Wuxian Shi (NSLS-II), Meitian Wang (SLS).

Phenix Workshop

Together with SBGrid, NE-CAT hosted a Phenix Workshop at Harvard Medical School from November 10-11, 2016.  The 1.5 day workshop covered topics in experimental phasing, automated model building, and real space refinement.  More information on the workshop can be found on its website.

High Data-Rate MX Meeting

The purpose of the High Data-Rate MX (HDRMX) Meeting at Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) from May 26-28, 2016 is to discuss the changes software developers are making to data processing and beamline specific programs to handle the HDF5 format, as well as network and data storage infrastructure required to handle the high data rate.

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