British Biophysical Society 60th Anniversary Meeting
British Biophysical Society
60th Anniversary Meeting
The British Biophysical Society Biennial meeting is the largest national meeting of the UK biophysics community and this edition is particularly special as it celebrates the 60th Anniversary of the creation of the society. ‘Biophysics through time and space: The BBS@60’ will be on ZOOM 14-17 September 2020 2pm-6pm (UK time).
The Meeting is FREE and the meeting registration link is: https://ukri.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_jpHqh1vgSBKMg5ZrHKLQPQ
Main Meeting Speakers
Venki Ramakrishnan (LMB, Cambridge), Richard Henderson (LMB, Cambridge), Dave Stuart (U.Oxford/Diamond Light Source), Banafshe Larijani (U.Bath), Perdita Barran (U.Manchester), Allen Orville (Diamond Light Source), Amanda Wright (U.Nottingham), Tom Clarke (UEA), David Brockwell (U.Leeds), Mike Fried (U.Kentucky), Tony Watts (Oxford), Ben Luisi (U.Cambridge), Peter Crowley (NUI, Galway), Corinne Smith (U.Warwick), Alison Rodger (Macquarie University, Sydney), Marcello Nollmann (CNRS, Montpellier), Phil Biggin (University of Oxford), Peijun Zhang (eBIC/Oxford) and John Briggs (LMB, Cambridge).
INCLUDING SESSION ON COVID19 STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY ON THURSDAY SEPT 17th
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We have three satellite meetings associated with the meeting:
1) Bacterial cell envelopes: structure, dynamics, function. Running Monday 14th and Thursday 17th September, 9am -12 pm (UK time). Speakers: Wonpil Im (Lehigh, USA), Anna Duncan (U.Oxford, UK), Bert van den Berg (U. Newcastle, UK), Morgan Beeby (Imperial College London, UK), Tanmay Bharat (U. Oxford, UK), Shu-Sin Chng (National University Singapore). Keynote: Sheena Radford (U.Leeds, UK)
Register here: https://symakhalidresearchgroup.wordpress.com/meetings/
2) Collaborative Computer Project on Small Angle Scattering (CCP-SAS) software training workshop and seminars. Running Friday 18th September (UK time).
Program and registration here: http://www.ccpsas.org/Meetings/BBS2020/Program.html
3) Refeyn Webinar. Refeyn will host two talks on 15th Sept 10-12 am. A brief 25 minute introduction to mass photometry including its applications, followed by a Refeyn customer presentation.
James Wilkinson – Mass photometry, a new method to study biomolecular interactions.
Luca Schulz from the lab of Georg Hochberg – Evolution of RubisCO’s interaction with and dependence on the small subunit
Register in advance for this meeting: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIqcuqtpz8iEtT8oeHbF9GUmfQhBncnXGcb