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Computational Structural Biology group focusing on dissecting, understanding and predicting biomolecular interactions at the molecular level.

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#Advanced methods for the integration of diverse structural data with NMR data#

Date April 11-15 2016
Location Bijvoet Center, Utrecht University, the Netherlands.

This course, organized for the project Instruct for structural biology, aims at training young researchers in the combined use of NMR data with other structural biology techniques, such as SAXS, X-ray diffraction or Cryo-EM in order to understand and rationalize the structural and dynamical properties of macromolecular systems. In addition, this course will introduce and make extensive use of user-friendly e-science portals to facilitate the adoption of the methods and techniques by the students in their everyday work.

The course will provide lectures describing the basics of the methods applied and hands-on training with the intuitive, web-based services of the WeNMR infrastructure and the MoBrain Competence Center, the West-Life VRE and the BioExcel Center of Excellence Horizon 2020 project. The hands-on sessions will allow the students to try the methods on either pre-packaged or their own research data. The course will address state-of-the-art tools and facilities.

For more details and registration, please see this page.