PULLMAN, Wash. – Drug discovery, crystal growth, environmental science and biofuels are some of the research topics that will be presented when Washington State University hosts the Northwest Crystallography Workshop June 17-19 at the Smith CUE.
Register and submit poster and oral presentation abstracts here. Priority for speaking slots will be given to students and post-docs who focus on how their results were achieved and the role structure played in the success of their work.
Keynote speaker Keith Dunker is the founding director for the Center for Computational Biology and Bioinformatics at Indiana University Schools of Medicine & Informatics.
For more information, visit https://chem.wsu.edu/2016-northwest-crystallography-workshop/ or contact ChulHee Kang, director of the WSU Biomolecular Crystallography Center, at 509-335-1409 or email@example.com.