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[SA_Scat] Bristol bioSAXS workshop

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  • Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2016 12:20:38 +0100
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Dear all,

I am organising a biological small angle x-ray scattering workshop at the University of Bristol (UK) this November which might be of interest. The workshop will be led by Dr Robert Rambo, the principal beamline scientist for the B21 beamline at Diamond Light Source, UK. The workshop will run over two days on the 17th-18th November 2016 in Bristol, and will cover theoretical and practical aspects of SAXS measurement, as well as guided analysis of attendee’s data which will be measured at B21 at the start of October. To register or find more details please see the link below. Please feel free to email me if there are any questions.
Many thanks,
Kristian Le Vay

PhD student, Bristol Centre for Functional Nanomaterials

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