Instruct-ERIC webinar series: structure meets function

 

Featuring expert speakers from Instruct Centres across Europe, this webinar series 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.

 

Webinar #6 Instruct Centre BE - 12 January 2021

Video to be released shortly.

 

Webinar #5 Instruct Centre UK - 15 December 2020

Video to be released shortly.

 

Webinar #4 Instruct Centre Spain - 10 November 2020

Duration: 1 hour 9 minutes

Talk 1: Beyond static structural models: Analysis of continuous protein flexibility by Cryo-EM and its application to SARS-CoV-2
Speaker: José María Carazo and Marta Martinez

Talk 2: An image processing pipeline for SARS-CoV-2 Cryo-EM: a single method is not enough
Speaker: Carlos Óscar Sánchez Sorzano

Talk 3: Integrating structural information and biomedical annotations: 3DBionotes-Covid19 Portal
Speaker: José Ramón Macías

 

Webinar #3 Instruct Centre Netherlands - 13 October 2020

Duration: 1 hour 16 minutes

Talk 1: Protein structure and interactions control contacts in the nervous system
Speaker: Bert Janssen

Talk 2: High-resolution NMR of antibiotics in the native state
Speaker: Markus Weingarth

Talk 3: Cryo-EM structures reveal the selection process for DNA mismatch repair initiation
Speaker: Meindert Lamers

 

Webinar #2 Instruct Centre Italy - 18 September 2020

Duration: 1 hour 9 minutes

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

 

Webinar #1 Instruct Centre Israel - 18 August 2020

Duration: 1 hour 6 minutes

Talk 1: Crowdsourcing for SARS-CoV-2 Mpro inhibitor - a global effort driven by structural biology
Speaker: Dr Nir London

Talk 2: Line-FRAP, a method to measure diffusion rates of a large range of molecules in vitro and in vivo
Speaker: Prof Gideon Schreiber