Celebrating Rosalind Franklin’s 100-year Birthday: New Structures, New Challenges

The Biological Structures Group of the British Crystallographic Association organises its virtual Winter Meeting 2020 on Friday 18th December. It celebrates Rosalind Franklin’s 100th Birthday with a line-up of worldleading international speakers presenting some of the newest and exciting achievements in structural biology, including a substantial number of presentations related to SARS-CoV-2.

We are also delighted that Professor Matthew Cobb from the University of Manchester will open our meeting with a historical account of the life and times of Rosalind Franklin.
In addition to organising meetings, a key role of the BCA Biological Structures Group is to promote the development of structural biology, particularly through supporting workshops,
training and other events aimed at students and early career researchers. We receive many requests for support and profits from this meeting will be used to support as many of those
events as we are able.

Please note that we have tried to keep registration costs low. However, if you are a student and/or young researcher and are in need to support to attend this meeting then please
contact our secretary Dr. Mark Roe to discuss your circumstances.

Registration Packages:
Standard Rate (incl. membership for the British Crystallographic Association 2021) – £60
Standard Rate (without membership) – £40
Student Rate (incl. membership for the British Crystallographic Association 2021) – £35
Student Rate (without membership) – £20

All proceeds of the meeting are used to support workshops, crystallographic meetings and bursaries.

To register please use this link: https://www.eventsforce.net/hg3/188/register