BSG Winter Meeting 15th December 2010

The final programme for the Biological Structures Group Winter Meeting is now available. The meeting will be held on Wednesday December 15th 2010 at the University of Reading. Registration opens from 10:00 am in Black Horse House with lectures starting at 11:00 in the Palmer Building on the Whiteknights Campus.

The general focus of the meeting is ‘Metal-protein interactions and their role in molecular transport and signalling.’

A limited number of student bursaries are available. For eligibility, student participants are asked to submit a short abstract (200 words) for a poster presentation and a letter of recommendation from their supervisor upon registration.

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CCP4 Study Weekend

5-7 January 2011

This year’s Study Weekend will run between the 5th and 7th January at the Warwick Conferences, University of Warwick.

This year, the topic for the Study Weekend is "Model Building & Refinement & Validation". In keeping with previous CCP4 meetings, the lectures will focus on the presentation and discussion of advanced methods and techniques developed and used by the leaders in the field.

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ECM28 Logo Competition

 

At the European Crystallographic Meeting in Istanbul last year, the BCA won the bid to host the ECM28 at the University of Warwick in 2013. We need to choose a logo for the Meeting, and in keeping with tradition we are doing this by running an open competition. The winner will receive as their prize a free registration for ECM28.

General Guidelines

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IUCr Commission Nominations

Dear BCA members

The deadline for nominating members for the IUCr Commissions and Executive Committee is 31 August.

A nominator is required and as well as the usual personal details, it asks for the nominee’s qualifications, positions held and field of research.

The relevant forms are at http://www.iucr.org/iucr. I encourage you to consider nominating a UK crystallographer or consider being nominated for a position relevant to your area of expertise.

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