ALS doctoral student fellowship award

The ALS offers a 1-year doctoral fellowship in residence to graduate students who wish to conduct their research at the ALS. We are pleased that this year Darren Kahan from…
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ALS-ENABLE Webinar April 10th, 2023

How to collect data at our beamlines The ALS-ENABLE team is planning a webinar on Monday, April 10, 2023 from noon-1pm (PST). This webinar is geared for new users, especially…
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The importance of structural biology, according to Fauci

In a New England Journal of Medicine article (Nov 26, 2022; DOI: 10.1056/NEJMp2213814), Dr. Anthony S. Fauci writes “One highly successful element of the response to Covid-19, however, was the…
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Structural Data from SIBYLS help signal target for Anticancer Drugs

Researchers from Genentech in collaboration with ALS-ENABLE 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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Employment Opportunity

We are excited to announce the Berkeley Center for Structural Biology (BCSB), an ALS-ENABLE beamline, has an opening for a Beamline Research Scientist. This is a fantastic opportunity to work…
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James Holton to Chair GRC in July

After a 4-year break, the Diffraction Methods Gordon Research Conference is finally back on – and it’s in person! James Holton (BL 8.3.1) will be chairing this year’s session to…
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ALS-ENABLE at ACA in Portland 2022

ALS-ENABLE scientists and staff will have a booth at the 2022 ACA conference in Portland, Oregon from July 29th to August 2nd. Hope to see you there!

Small Angle X-ray Scattering workshop

ALS-ENABLE beamline (BL 12.3.1) scientist, Michal Hammel, will lead a workshop on Applications of Small Angle X-ray Scattering to Structural Biology at the 2022 ACA conference in Portlang, Oregon on…
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How X-Rays Could Make Reliable, Rapid COVID-19 Tests a Reality

A study led by Michal Hammel and Curtis D. Hodge suggests that a highly sensitive lateral flow assay – the same type of device used in home pregnancy tests –…
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