SIBYLS Beamline

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Recent Highlights

SIBYLS help signal target for Anticancer Drugs

Researchers from Genentech in collaboration with SIBYLS beamline scientist, Michal Hammel, used Small Angle X-Ray scattering to learn how an assembly of three proteins works together to transmit signals for[…]

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Evolution and Innovation of RuBisCO

SIBYLS beamline scientists Daniel Rosenberg and Michal Hammel collaborated with the Shih Lab at UC Berkeley to study patterns of oligomerization in rubisco, nature’s most abundant carbon-fixing enzyme.  By using[…]

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BioSAXS workshop August 16 & 17

Join us for this 2-day SAXS workshop to be held via zoom during the 2022 ALS User Meeting. Registration is FREE. You will need to register for the ALS User[…]

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Gordon Research Conference: Diffraction Methods in Structural Biology

Our very own James Holton has organized what looks to be a fantastic Gordon Research Conference. Diffraction Methods in Structural Biology will be held in Lewiston Maine on the campus[…]

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