Tracking Down Pathogens

Lichthof of the Altbau der Staats-und-Universit├Ątsbibliothek Hamburg

24 April 2019

Come join us for a panel discussion, entitled "Tracking Down Pathogens" The panel discussion is sponsored by CSSB and the Academy of Sciences and Humanities in Hamburg and will take place on 24 April at 19:00 in the Lichthof of the Altbau der Staats-und-Universit├Ątsbibliothek Hamburg. Invited speakers include Prof. Dr. Marylyn Addo, Prof. Dr. Carsten Claussen, Katharina Fegebank, and Prof. Dr. Michael Kolbe. A welcome address will be given by Professor Edwin J. Kreuzer and the discussion will be moderated by scientific journalist Angela Grosse. The panel discussion will take place in German.

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Tools for Structural Biology of Membrane Proteins

EMBL Hamburg and CSSB

7 - 9 October 2019

Integral membrane proteins (IMPs) are encoded by 20-30 % of genes in a genome and provide key functions in the cell. Recent studies have also focused on further developments of novel membrane mimetics including novel expression and stabilisation strategies to overcome the remaining methodological challenges posed by avariety of IMPs. These technologies have delivered fascinating new insights into membrane protein structure, dynamics and function within the last years. This conference will bring together researchers developing and applying these new methodologies. In addition to providing a forum to exchange the latest developments in the field, the conference provides excellent opportunities for early-career scientist in the field to learn all aspects of a variety of tools to study the structure and function of membrane proteins.

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Hamburg Photon Science Colloquium

DESY Campus


The Hamburg Photon Science Colloquium is jointly organized by all Photon Science Organizations and Research Cooperations on the Campus Bahrenfeld. The Hamburg Photon Science Colloquium (HPSC) will take place on a weekly basis during the regular semester lecture period and will be part of the course catalogue.It will be held at the CFEL Seminar Rooms I-III at 2 pm on Fridays (except after public holidays). Coffee and cake will be provided before the colloquia 15 minutes before the talk.