Register for Everything BioSAXS 4: Getting started in biological small-angle x-ray solution scattering
BioCAT is offering its fourth intensive HOW-TO course in BioSAXS. Students will have a day and a half of lectures and hands-on software tutorials on the basics of BioSAXS data collection and processing from expert practitioners in the field. This will be followed by data collection on the BioCAT beamline (Sector 18 at the APS) and data analysis help. Students are encouraged to bring 1-2 research samples for the data collection.
The course will take place from 11/5/18-11/7/18 at the APS (see schedule below for details).
How to register
Registration is first come, first served, and limited to the first 15 participants due to time constraints on how many users can collect data during the course.
$200/$300 for academic/industrial
Lodging and Travel
Participants are responsible for their own lodging and travel. We recommend participants plan to arrive Sunday (11/4) and leave Thursday morning (11/8). Rooms are available at the Argonne Guest House.
While the primary purpose of the course is educational, students may bring a limited number (1-2) of their own research samples. Prepared standard protein samples …