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  • From: margret <margret.fischer@embl-hamburg.de>
  • Date: Fri, 06 Dec 2013 10:11:55 +0100

On behalf of the BioStruct-X management team I would like to the 
following call for proposals:

*BioStruct – X* *Call for proposal submission for Transnational Access 
Application deadline: December 15^th 2013

BioStruct-X is a state-of-the-art, coordinated, multi-site platform that 
supports access to established and emerging key methods in structural 
biology. Eleven facilities from across Europe provide installations for 
applications in small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS), macromolecular 
X-ray crystallography (MX), biological X-ray imaging (XI), and protein 
production and high-throughput crystallisation (PP and HTX).

The complete BioStruct-X proposal application is carried out online. 
Electronic proposal application forms and detailed description of the 
facilities are available on BioStruct-X website 

The evaluation of the proposals will be carried out electronically and 
the results are transmitted to the applicants latest within one month 
(30 days) following each application deadline.

BioStruct-X is funded by the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) of the 
European Commission.

For further information contact:
Ivana Custic, BioStruct-X project manager
tel:  +49-40-89902-124
e-mail: biostructx@embl-hamburg.de <mailto:biostructx@embl-hamburg.de> 
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