Information for Structural Biologists

Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could have free access to a wide range of cutting edge structural biology techniques and machinery? 

Have you ever wanted to visit a leading structural biology lab for an internship, to learn a new technique?

Do you have a research and development (R&D) project where funding would enable you to press ahead with a bespoke technology you are working on?

Would you like free access to a pan-European research consortium where latest scientific news and techniques are shared, along with training events and job opportunities?

Upcoming Events

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What technologies?

Wide range includes protein production, cryo-electron microscopy, NMR, nanobody discovery, protein crystallisation, X-ray approaches…

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What events and training?

Hands on training in cryo-EM, NMR, computational biology, a biennial conference bringing together world experts in structural biology, among others in the calendar.

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Internships and R&D funding?

Our internship programme funds visits of 3-6 months

Calls for R&D proposals are made each year to develop new technologies.

Who is eligible?

All scientists from Instruct-ERIC member states have full access to all Instruct-ERIC services and products.

There are opportunities for scientists from non-member states to participate in Instruct-ERIC activities, such as the biennial conference, and our newsletter communications. See eligibility.

How to join?

Sign up is free, and takes only a few minutes. Once you are registered, we recommend consulting the Access catalogue, Events calendar, Internships and Research calls. You will receive a twice yearly e-newsletter, and email invitations to training events which may be of interest to you.

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How to request access to research infrastructure

Requesting access is a simple process, once you have registered. Our “Request Access” form will guide you step by step to put a proposal together, which you can submit for review, and you should hear back within a few weeks.

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