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[SA_Scat] EMBL Online Course - Solution Scattering from BiologicalMacromolecules - May 5th, 9:20 AM CEST

Dear Colleagues,
the EMBL SAXS group is offering a free online lecture course on SolutionScattering from Biological Macromolecules.
Starting from Tuesday, May 5th, members of our group will give a totalof 8 live webinars at *9:20 AM (CEST) on Tuesdays and Thursdays*(excluding public holidays).
This online course aims at young biochemists/biophysicists andresearchers active in related structural methods with little or noexperience in solution scattering. The course will cover the basics ofsmall angle scattering, instrumentation, sample preparation, modellingtechniques and complementary use with other methods. Participants areencouraged to send their questions/comments through the text chatduring/after the lectures.
The course is open to everyone, please feel free to invite your colleagues.
To register your interest and see more information on the coursesyllabus, please visithttps://www.embl-hamburg.de/biosaxs/courses/embl2020/
In case of any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.We look forward to seeing you online!
Best wishes,Al, Melissa and Dmitri

This course is supported by BIOSAXS GmbH http://biosaxs.com/_______________________________________________sa_scat mailing listsa_scat@iucr.orghttp://mailman.iucr.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/sa_scat

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