Scope of the Meeting
The Murnau Conference on Structural Biology encompasses the current areas of experimental structural biology, in particular Electron Microscopy, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and X-ray Crystallography. We focus on molecular questions, the properties of biological macromolecules and their interaction in the complex environment of a living organism. The biannual study group meeting in Murnau is set to provide a forum to discuss the latest advances in the field.
The conference will cover the following topics, each session will involve 2-4 invited keynote lectures. Session lectures will be partly selected from submitted abstracts:
Session 1 - Dynamic Processes
Session 2 - Cellular Structural Biology
Session 3 - AI-Supported Structural Biology
Session 4 - Single-molecule Techniques
The complexity of living systems arises through the interaction of a multitude of components and their coordinated and appropriate response to internal and external stimuli. On a molecular level, cellular components recognize and modify each other, signals are transported, processed and transduced. The molecular basis for signalling events is specific interaction and activation, and the provision of structural information is at the heart of developing a fundamental understanding for signalling processes in complex living systems.
The 9th Murnau Conference will be dedicated to 4D Structural Biology. The scope of the meeting will thus be broad and is set to embrace all techniques, fields and interests within the area of Structural Biology with a special focus on dynamic processes and cellular structural biology.