6th Annual CLS Mx Data Collection School
With special topic: Molecular Replacement & COOT
May 24 - 28, 2016
Canadian Light Source, Saskatoon
The Canadian Macromolecular Crystallography Facility (CMCF) was pleased to continue an intensive 5-day hands-on synchrotron data collection school at the Canadian Light Source in 2016. Participants attended a series of lectures and were actively engaged in macromolecular crystallography (Mx) data collection at CMCF beamlines. Completing the school enables participants to make effective use of the beamlines remotely and equips participants to collect diffraction data on-site. This year's invited speaker was Dr. Jeffrey Lee from the University of Toronto. He offered participants a unique opportunity to explore the molecular replacement method and making effective use of COOT for model building. Additionally, an optional introductory review was offered on Monday, May 23.
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Latest News: Thanks to everyone who made this year's school such a success!
CLS Mx Data Collection School Organizing Committee
Pictured above: instructors, organizers and participants of the 6th Annual CLS Mx Data Collection School held in 2016.