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Call for Papers on "Novel Structural Studies of Coronavirus Proteins"

This Special Issue, “Novel Structural Studies of Coronavirus Proteins”, will gather both research and review articles from experts in the field with the ultimate goal of creating an international platform that provides with rich and reference information on the latest advances and exciting discoveries in the field of X-ray crystallography.

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The Z to E isomerization in Phytochromes revealed by Femtosecond X-ray Pulses from an X-ray Free Electron Laser

Phytochromes are the molecular eyes of plants and bacteria that regulate cellular response to light, an essential environmental signal. Upon light absorption, the phytochromes change their structures substantially from a conformation that absorbs in the red-light called Pr to another  conformation that absorbs in the far-red light called Pfr, respectively.

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BioXFEL scientists make a molecular movie of a biological process to convert sunlight to chemical energy

Many organisms use sunlight to fuel cellular functions. But exactly how does this conversion of solar energy into chemical energy unfold?

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ASU professor awarded top research prize

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has awarded the prestigious Gregori Aminoff Crystallography Prize, one of the physics research community’s highest honors, to Arizona State University Regents Professor John Spence.

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Lattman, Liu, Morrow and Ruhl elected AAAS fellows

Four University at Buffalo professors have been elected fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world's largest general scientific society and publisher of the journal Science.

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European XFEL Virtual User Information Meeting - 7th Call for Proposals

European XFEL Virtual User Information Meeting  - 7th Call for Proposals

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