The 4th Instruct Biennial Structural Biology Conference showcased the cutting-edge in integrative structural biology. Scientists from across the world demonstrated the important role of structural biology in addressing key challenges in health and life science, and looked towards the emerging technologies and trends that are making an impact in biological research and biomedicine.

The Instruct Biennial Structural Biology Conference was attended by distinguished speakers, who delivered impactful talks on their groundbreaking research. Scroll down for podcasts and downloads of some of these outstanding presentations. For further information about the conference, and to view the full programme, click here.

 

Podcasts

 

Ivano Bertini Award Lecture by Professor Wolfgang Baumeister

The Molecular Machinery of Protein Degradation: Structural Studies ex situ and in situ

 

Structure determination by microcrystal electron diffraction

Brent Nannenga, Arizona State University

 

 

Increasing the throughput in FIB/SEM tomography and targeted cryo-lamella preparation

Alex de Marco, Monash University

 

 

 

 

Visualizing the invisible genome: Fleeting structures of DNA in gene expression and genome stability

Hashim Al-Hashimi, Duke University

 

 

 

 

Cryo-EM structure of tao filaments from neurodegenerative disease

Sjors Scheres, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology

 

 

 

 

Resources

 

Takeover and destruction of red blood cells by malaria parasites

Helen Saibil

Birkbeck University of London

 

 

The molecular machinery of protein degradation: structural studies ex situ and in situ

Wolfgang Baumeister

Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry

 

Unravelling the structure of toxic protein aggregates in situ

Rubén Fernández-Busnadiego

Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry

3D-Bioinfo: ELIXIR Community of Structural bioinformatics

Bohdan Schneider

Institute of Biotechnology of the Czech Academy of Sciences

Structure determination by microcrystal electron diffraction

Brent Nannenga

Arizona State University

Increasing the throughput CryoEM sample preparation

Alex de Marco

Monash University