BMSS Virtual Biomacromolecular SIG meetings 2020

Welcome to the event page for the 2020 biweekly series of BMSS Virtual Biomacromolecular Structure SIG Meetings.

The BMSS Biomacromolecular Structure SIG is dynamically responding to the COVID-19 situation. Following the cancellation of our previously scheduled event at Nottingham in July 2020 we have implemented a biweekly series of virtual events.

 

These meetings, supported by BMSS, provide a space for Early Career Researchers to share their work with our community. We may periodically also invite established researchers to deliver keynote presentations or provide tutorials/training.

 

BMSS Virtual Biomacromolecular Structure SIG events are scheduled every two weeks, on the first and third Mondays of the month and commence at 09:30 BST. They typically last for ~60 minutes, and feature two 15-20 minute ECR presentations with on-line Q&A.

 

ALL EVENTS ARE ENABLED WITH ZOOM.

We warmly invite all BMSS members and the mass spectrometry community at large to join our biweekly Virtual Biomacromolecular Structure SIG Events.

 

PLEASE REGISTER TO RECEIVE YOUR ZOOM EVENT INVITATION:

To participate in this biweekly series of events registration (free of charge) is required to assist the BMS SIG coordinators in managing their ZOOM account to accommodate all participants. Please click on the link to your left to register for the series. An email including the ZOOM invite will be sent to you prior to each event.

 

NEXT EVENT: 27th JULY 2020 09:30 BST (GMT+1)

BMSS WORKSHOP on HDX & CARBENE FOOTPRINTING

  •    Neil Oldham, University of Nottingham, UK.
  •    Kate Groves, LGC, London, UK.

This tutorial/workshop will be well-suited to both expert users and novices!

 

Want to present at the Virtual Biomacromolecular Structure SIG?

Please contact one of the co-ordinators directly with the dates you would prefer and a draft title: (A.Leney@bham.ac.uk  A.Calabrese@leeds.ac.uk  joseph.gault@chem.ox.ac.uk).

 

Learn More About the BMSS Biomacromolecular Structure SIG:

https://www.bmss.org.uk/special-interest-groups/biomolecular-structure/