BaCaTeC Summer School 2004:
"NMR of Biomolecular Complexes"
3rd to 8th 2004
NMR Center Bayreuth, Lehrstuhl Biopolymere, University Bayreuth
Prof. Paul Rösch and Dr. Stephan Schwarzinger, Bayreuth
Prof. Peter E. Wright, La Jolla
The BaCaTeC Summer School 2004 will bring together a number of the worlds leading experts in NMR spectroscopy at the Univeristy of Bayreuth to train students and young scientist. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is a powerful technique used to investigate the three-dimensional structures of biological macromolecules in solution as well as in the solid state. Knowledge of three-dimensional structures is required for the understanding of biological processes, the mechanisms of diseases, and the design of novel drugs. Thus, NMR will be a key-technique in the post-genome aera, when the structures of thouthands of biological macromolecules and their complexes have to be solved. The scope of this Summer School is to privide its participants with the knowledge required to achieve this goal.
far, students, postdoctoral researchers, as well as industrial
researchers from eight different countries from all over the world have
been accepted for the summer school. 21 grants covering accomodation as
well as 21 travel grants have been awarded to students and postdoctoral
researchers from the Bavaria and California.
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