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[SA_Scat] Reminder: Call for access to Synchrotron BeamlineFacilities, 2019 - EMBL Hamburg, Germany

*Call for access to Synchrotron Beamline Facilities, 2019 - EMBL Hamburg, Germany *_Submission deadline: Sunday 16 December 2018 _
We would like to remind you about the call for synchrotron beam time applications in biological small-angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) and macromolecular crystallography (MX) for the period March - December 2019. The following EMBL/DESY beamlines at PETRA III are available: P12 (SAXS), P13 (MX), and P14 (MX).
For the groups applying for beamtime to work on several projects in MX and/or SAXS, we strongly recommend the submission of BAG (Block Allocation Group) proposals. Mail-in projects to use the robotic sample changer or inline SEC-SAXS are encouraged for SAXS. Proposals utilizing the new time-resolved crystallographic endstation P14.EH2 are encouraged for MX.
The deadline for submission of proposals for 2019 is*Sunday 16 December 2018 (midnight CET) *after which the proposals will be evaluated by an external Project Evaluation Committee. The users will be informed about the results of their application by 4 February 2019.
A detailed description of the three beamlines and links to the electronic proposal forms can be found at:
SAXS: http://www.embl-hamburg.de/services/saxs/index.htmlMX: http://www.embl-hamburg.de/services/mx/index.html
Submit a proposal via the EMBL Hamburg user portal: https://smis.embl-hamburg.de/misapps/SMISWebClient/protected/welcome.do
Access to the EMBL Hamburg facilities also includes assistance with crystallisation, sample preparation and, in combination with an EMBL beamline visit, with sample characterisation and optimisation.
Usage of the beamlines and biophysical facilities for translational research can in part be supported by the iNEXT project (http://www.inext-eu.org/access/) of the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Union. iNEXT support can be requested for the projects conducted before 31 August 2019.
For further general information, please contact the EMBL Hamburg user office:Tel.: +49 40-89902-111 / 183Email: useroffice (at) embl-hamburg.de
For specific information: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 characterisation)
Sarah Marshall-BenschAdministrative Officer / Head of the EMBL User Office at PETRA IIIEuropean Molecular Biology LaboratoryHamburg Outstation
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