webinar di Enrico Luchinat

vincitore della 5° edizione dell’under 35 GIDRM awards

Friday 30th October 2020 at 15:00

per partecipare alla successiva Assemblea ordinaria dei soci GIDRM (telematica, stesso giorno ore 15.30), è necessario compilare entro il 20 ottobre un semplice modulo che trovate al seguente link:


ed essere in regola con il pagamento della quota associativa 2020.

 

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"Biophysical Society Virtual Networking Event"

September 25th, 2020

"Magnetic Resonance meets the future of biophysics"

Volantino BPS
 
Magnetic Resonances are highly developed, non-invasive techniques that can be used to study soft and hard matter at the atomic and molecular scale. Therefore, MR plays a central role in modern biophysics. 
 With this event, we aim at advertising MR to the audience of biophysicists, giving clear-cut examples of what MR can do on its own and in integration with other biophysical techniques, and demonstrating that it can be easily approached and handy! 
 
Speakers
 
- Laura Castanar Acedo (Dame Kathleen Ollerenshaw Research Fellow, Manchester NMR Methodology group)
"Studying disordered proteins with distance measurements by pulsed EPR spectroscopy"

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Borja Mateos Lopez (NMR spectroscopist, Precision Medicine and Metabolism Lab, CIC Biogune)
"The hidden order of intrinsically disordered proteins and its role in molecular recognition"

- Enrico Luchinat (Postdoctoral research associate, CERM)
"Intracellular protein-drug interactions monitored in real time by in-cell NMR"
 
- Laura Esteban Hofer (Graduate student, EPR group, ETHZ)  
"Defeating complexity: New NMR methods for mixture analysis"
 
 
Registration are open at the Biophysical Society portal

https://www.biophysics.org/upcoming-networking-events/magnetic-resonances-meet-the-future-of-biophysics

Participants are invited to present their work in a 1-2 slide "virtual poster" presentation. Abstracts can be sent by email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 20th September.
 

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Instruct-ERIC webinar series:

"Structure Meets Function"

18 September 2020

Watch the recording HERE

Register now for Instruct-ERIC ‘Structure Meets Function’ webinar
Featuring expert speakers from Instruct Centres across Europe, the Instruct-ERIC webinar series, Structure Meets Function, highlights some of the latest developments in structural biology, demonstrating how integrative methods are enabling scientists to decipher the mechanisms that underpin health and disease.

InstructERIC Webinar series no2

Registration is now open for the second webinar in the series, which will be hosted by Instruct Centre Italy on 18 September 2020, 11:00 - 12:30 CEST. The upcoming webinar will feature talks on advances in NMR and their application to key areas of life science research.

Talk 1: Drug screening by in-cell NMR
Speaker: Enrico Luchinat

Talk 2: 1.2 GHz NMR applied to Sars-CoV2 proteins
Speaker: Francesca Cantini

Talk 3: SS NMR of functionalised biomaterials
Speaker: Marco Fragai

Moderator: Prof Lucia Banci

View the full abstracts and register on the Instruct-ERIC website, where you can also watch a recording of the first webinar by Instruct Centre Israel.

 

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Chianti Workshop

"Opening New Doors for Magnetic Resonance"

Principina Terra (Grosseto), Italy

June 2021 (details will appear in the near future)

http://www.cerm.unifi.it/chianti/

 

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Instruct-ERIC webinar series:

"Structure Meets Function"

Join us for the launch of the Instruct-ERIC webinar series: from structure to function.

Registration is open for the first webinar in the series, which will be hosted by Instruct Centre Israel at the Weizmann Institute of Science, on 18 August 2020 from 11:00 – 12:30 CEST.

Questions can be submitted in advance of the webinar by sending them to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Register and view full abstracts here