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There is an increasing awareness that mechanistic structural information on molecular machines is ideally generated within the context of intact cells in order to fully grasp how they function in a complex native environment. Recent technological advances have nurtured the development of such in situ structural biology approaches in several disciplines, including cryo-EM, mass spectrometry, super-resolution microscopy, NMR, computational modelling and others.
This conference will bring together experts and early stage researchers from the separate fields
“The conference was fantastic, with an amazing list of speakers. As an early career researcher I found these events very inspirational and broadening for research opportunities later.” Kamila Kamuda, University College London, UK
“I immensely benefited from the workshop organized by EMBL through talks of so many brilliant scientists who had explained the fast-evolving technique to capture the whole cell structure at the near-atomic resolution.” – Samar Ballabha Mohapatra, Indian Institute of Technology, India
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