The paradigm of structural biology is that "structure = function", which has successfully guided the discovery of vast amounts of biomolecular structures. Yet function crucially depends on how these molecular structures are assembled into larger multi-molecular entities. The principles of structural organization of such assemblies – involved in a multitude of health and disease processes in the living cells – are still incompletely understood. Supported by Strategic Partner Funds of UCL and University of Toronto, this workshop will focus on activities at UCL and University of Toronto that aim to understand the physics of such biological assembly. It will take the form of two simultaneous, virtually linked in-person events at UCL and at the University of Toronto.
2nd Floor Seminar Room 2.30
MRC Building, LMCB
Registration deadline: 25 July 2022
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