BioCAT WORKSHOP

in Conjunction with APS Users Meeting

Argonne National Laboratory
Advanced Photon Source
Building 401, Room A1100

7:00 pm-9:00 pm
Monday, May 1, 2000

 

The Biophysics Collaborative Access Team (BioCAT) is a Research Resource supported by the National Institutes of Health for biological structure/function studies through x-ray fiber diffraction, solution scattering, x-ray absorption spectroscopy, and related techniques. BioCAT's mission is to complement the crystallographic CATs and support structural studies on partially ordered biological systems, such as muscle fiber diffraction and XAFS of metallo-proteins.

The purpose of this workshop is to allow interested scientists and prospective users to familiarize themselves with BioCAT facilities, novel instrumentation, staff, and present and future science.

The Workshop Agenda will consist of overview talks, scientific presentations, open discussion about plans and capabilities, a tour of the beamline facility, ending with a reception near the beamline.

All interested parties are welcome!

 

PS: To help us plan catering, please RSVP to krolik@bio.aps.anl.gov if you are likely to come.

 

 


BioCAT Workshop Agenda 10th Users Meeting for the APS