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[SA_scat] Reminder: Call for access to Synchrotron BeamlineFacilities, 2015 - EMBL Hamburg, Germany

REMINDER: Call for access to Synchrotron Beamline Facilities, 2015 - 
EMBL Hamburg, Germany

We would like to remind you of the approaching deadline (*Saturday 31st 
**January 2015*) for the call for proposals for synchrotron beamline 
applications at EMBL Hamburg.

The call is for applications in biological small-angle X-ray scattering 
(SAXS) and macromolecular crystallography (MX) for the period, April to 
November 2015. The following EMBL/DESY beamlines at PETRA III are 
available: P12 (SAXS), P13 (MX), and P14 (MX). A detailed description of 
the three beamlines and links to the electronic beam proposal forms can 
be found at:

The proposals will be evaluated by an external Project Evaluation 
Committee. Users will be informed of the results of their applications 
by March 16th, 2015.

Access to the EMBL Hamburg facilities also includes assistance with 
crystallization, sample preparation and, in combination with an EMBL 
beamline visit, with sample characterization and optimization. Usage of 
the beamlines and biophysical facilities can in part be supported by the 
European Commission, Research Infrastructure Action under the FP7 
project BioStruct-X (http://www.biostruct-x.eu/).

For further general information, please contact our user office:
Tel: +49 40-89902-111
Email: useroffice (at) embl-hamburg.de

For specific information, please use the following email addresses:
saxs (at) embl-hamburg.de (small-angle X-ray scattering)
mx (at) embl-hamburg.de (macromolecular crystallography)
spc (at) embl-hamburg.de (sample preparation and characterization)
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