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Synchrotron radiation has become an indispensable tool for many macromolecular crystallography groups. Some synchrotron-specific skills are difficult to learn without ones having an intensive hands-on training program. But not all research groups have the luxury of providing long training sessions for students and postdocs. To provide such an educational experience, we have designed a course in Rapid Data Collection and Structure Solving.
This course is sponsored by a grant from the National Institute of Health National Center for Research Resources to the Brookhaven Biology Department and National Synchrotron Light Source, and in part by support from the Department of Energy Office of Biological and Environmental Research.
We also thank the International Union of Crystallography, Brookhaven Science Associates, Area Detector Systems Corp, Dectris Ltd., Rigaku Americas, Hampton Research Corp., and MiTeGen, for financial assistance for this course.