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[SA_scat] HSC6 - Hercules Specialised Courses - October 2007

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  • Subject: [SA_scat] HSC6 - Hercules Specialised Courses - October 2007
  • From: "King, SM (Stephen)" <S.M.King@rl.ac.uk>
  • Date: Wed, 4 Apr 2007 13:26:34 +0100
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Dear Users,

The Hercules Specialised Course (HSC6) on "Advances and new applications
of  Synchrotron Radiation for Structural Biology" will take place at the
ESRF in Grenoble from 7th  to 13th October 2007.

The deadline for registration is: 6 June 2007

This course will allow scientists interested in structure and function
in biological systems to gain experience in  state of the art
synchrotron techniques. Participants will have the opportunity to
explore structure from the micron to atomic scale, the methods explored
will include, small angle scattering, fiber diffraction, macromolecular
crystallography, biological imaging, X-ray fluorescence and circular
dichroism. The course will combine lectures and practicals in tandem.

The attendance will be limited to 20 participants.

You will find all necessary information on the course and on the
registration procedure on our website:


If you are not directly concerned by these courses, could you please
forward this email to  PhD students, Post-Doc scientists or  junior
scientists who might be interested.

Best regards,

The HSC6 organisers

Nadine Petricola
Secretary to HSC6
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