ACA 2017 - New Orleans Call for Papers

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ACA 2017 - New Orleans Call for Papers

Post by AmyS » 30 Jan 2017, 15:11

Dear Friends and Colleagues!

Mark your calendars and join us in May for the 67th Annual Meeting of the American Crystallographic Association (ACA), to be held May 26-30 in New Orleans, LA, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. The abstract submission is opened now till February 15th.

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The meeting will launch with a full day of workshops on four different topics followed by an Opening Ceremony with a plenary lecture by Sir James Fraser Stoddart, 2016 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry.

The theme of this year's Transactions Symposium is Cryo Electron Microscopy that will feature lectures by the world's leading researchers and experts. New this year will be a session on NMR crystallography. Both are dedicated to covering topics of importance to scientists with a wide range of professional backgrounds and designed to emphasize our need for collaboration and cooperation.

Young researchers will benefit from special and free events such as Career Development, Networking Mixer, Diversity and Inclusion, Communicating Science to Public, Undergraduate Research Symposium as well as educational sessions and workshops. You are encouraged to apply for funding support through travel grants before February 15th, by volunteering, or just contact us if you are many students coming from the same lab.

Sincerely, Your Program Chairs

Yulia & Ilia

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