• Open position: Postdoctoral Researcher for the development of algorithms for biological X-ray free electron laser data

    XFEL Biophysics Postdoctoral Researcher

    Job #11577

    The Department of Physics at Arizona State University (ASU) seeks applicants for 2 postdoctoral researcher positions for the development of algorithms for biological X-ray free electron laser (XFEL) data, both in crystallography and solution scattering. The successful applicants will become part of an interdisciplinary team at ASU working on solving important biological questions using XFELs. This is a two-year Postdoctoral appointment with the possibility of extension to a maximum of three years. 

  • Dr. Petra Fromme Investigates Potential Tularemia Vaccine

    A team of experts led by Petra Fromme, BioXFEL Co-PI and director of Arizona State University’s Center for Membrane Proteins in Infectious Diseases, is examining a key component responsible for the infectious character of tularemia, where the pathogen involved could be used as a biological weapon.

  • Special Issue of Structural Dynamics "Biology with X-ray Lasers 2"

    Structural Dynamics has recently published a special issue devoted to Biology with X-ray Lasers.  Containing several articles from BioXFEL researchers and presented at the 2nd International BioXFEL Conference held in Puerto Rico in January, this special issue acts as the proceedings from this highly successful meeting.

  • NSF Site Visit 2014 Group Photo

    The BioXFEL Center meets at Hauptman-Woodward in Buffalo for its first annual NSF site visit.