A three-day conference from the Royal Society of Chemistry as part of the Faraday Discussion series
For over 100 years and 300 meetings, Faraday Discussions have led the conversation on the study of the sciences lying between chemistry, physics and biology. Many of these Discussions have become landmark meetings in their field with the unique format allowing for in-depth discussions and opportunities to establish new collaborations.
This Discussion is for established and early-career scientists, post-graduate students and industrial researchers interested in the expanding field of cryo-electron microscopy. Researchers in this area who based in cryo-EM facilities or research institutes, or in departments of biology, chemistry, structural biology, virology, cell biology, molecular biology or biophysics etc. are all welcome. Oral and poster presentation opportunities are available to all these groups, and individuals are invited to submit an oral or poster abstract and make their contribution alongside leaders in the field.
The Discussion will bring together expertise from the UK and the international cryo-electron microscopy community to discuss current developments and new challenges.
Find further information on the conference format, themes and speakers, please visit the RSC event page
The deadline for oral/paper abstracts is 25th October 2021. The deadline for poster abstracts is 3rd May 2022. Authors will be notified of the outcome of the review process within about 6 weeks of the submission deadline. Further information is available on the RSC event page
Cost and bookingRSC and RSB member £315 (early bird), £365 (standard)
Non-member £415 (early bird), £465 (standard)
Student RSC member £145 (early bird), £195 (standard)
Student non-member £175 (early bird), £225 (standard)
Accompanying persons £100 (early bird), £100 (standard)
Please note that RSB members are entitled to the RSC member booking rate.
Advance booking is essential through the RSC event page