Event Name

Bristol BioSAXS workshop

Start Date 17th Nov 2016
End Date 18th Nov 2016

We invite you to join the 2016 Bristol BioSAXS workshop, which will run over two days on the 17th-18th November 2016 in the School of Biochemistry at Bristol University. 
The workshop will be led by Dr Robert Rambo, the Principal Beamline Scientist for B21, a dedicated solution state Small Angle X-ray Scattering (SAXS) beamline at Diamond Light Source, UK.
This workshop is a great opportunity for those interested in using SAXS for biological structure elucidation in solution. 
No prior SAXS or synchrotron experience is required but the workshop will also be useful for more experienced users. 
Attendees will be invited to submit samples for measurement on the B21 beamline prior to the workshop. 
Day one will cover theoretical and practical aspects of SAXS measurement, with day two focusing on analysis of your own data from the B21 beamline using the ScAtter, a bioSAXS analysis application developed by Dr Rambo.

If you are interested in attending the workshop, please RSVP using the Eventbrite ticket system. 


Samples must be ready before the 1st of October, and may submitted by post to B21, or in person at the University of Bristol.
Please contact Kristian Le Vay (kristian.levay@bristol.ac.uk)  with any questions and for details regarding sample requirements and submission. 
For more information on solution structure elucidation using SAXS, please see http://www.bioisis.net/tutorial
Location Bristol
United Kingdom
URL https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bristol-biosaxs-workshop-2016-tickets-27252635366

Category Workshops
Topics Biological macromolecules | Small-angle scattering