Cryo-electron microscopy, structure biology seminar concludes
The Sixth National Cryo-electron Microscopy and Structure Biology Seminar opens in Beijing on June 16. [Photo/bsc.org]
The Sixth National Cryo-electron Microscopy and Structure Biology Seminar concluded in Beijing on June 19.
More than 400 scholars and experts from scientific institutions, universities and enterprises across the country attended the seminar.
The seminar was organized by the cryo-electron microscopy subgroup of the Biophysical Society of China and Peking University, as well as the cryo-electron microscopy professional committee of the Chinese Electron Microscopy Society, wining support from Tsinghua University.
Themed on the new era of cryo-electron microscopy in China, attendees exchanged ideas on the latest technologies, research achievements and other topics in the field.
Sui Senfang, a professor at Tsinghua University, was invited to participate in the seminar and made opening remarks.
The seminar organized 52 plenary lectures and an awards ceremony, and recognized the winners of the poster session.
As one of the leading academic gatherings in the cryo-electron microscopy field in China, the seminar offers an exchange platform for scholars at home and aboard, and is expected to promote the development of cryo-electron microscopy.
The attendees of the seminar, on June 19 [Photo/bsc.org.cn]