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X-ray Free-Electron Lasers: Next-Generation Crystallography

Over the past decade, X-ray crystallography has provided critical snapshots of hundreds of thousands of molecules big and small. But the widening availability of X-ray free-electron lasers, which allow scientists to monitor atomic motions during chemical reactions, is expanding crystallography’s remit – from static pictures to dynamic ones.

Join this special C&EN web symposium (marking the International Year of Crystallography) as two of this field’s pioneers – Uwe Bergmann (Stanford) and Claudio Pellegrini (UCLA) -- discuss how X-ray free lasers are helping scientists hunt for new drug targets and investigate the mechanism of dynamic molecular machines.

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Overview


Title: X-ray Free-Electron Lasers: Next-Generation Crystallography

Date: Thursday, August 07, 2014

Time: 01:00 PM EDT

Duration: 60 minutes including Q&A

Speakers

Uwe Bergmann PhD
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
Stanford University

Claudio Pellegrini PhD
Distinguished Research Professor
Department of Physics and Astronomy, UCLA
and
Consulting Professor
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Moderator
Elizabeth Wilson

Senior Editor
C&EN



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