X-ray lasers in biology

14th –15th October 2013, at The Royal Society, London

Scientific discussion meeting organised by Professor Henry Chapman and Professor John Spence.

The recent invention of the hard X-ray laser (XFEL) has opened new vistas for structural and dynamic biology. This meeting will review the latest work, outline opportunities for future research, and describe the new techniques (snapshot SAXS, serial nanocrystallography, single-particle imaging) which take advantage of the atomic spatial resolution and femtosecond time resolution of the XFEL.

More information here.

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