Events Workshops & Conferences
Since 2004, we at MiTeGen have sponsored and attended numerous events, meetings, workshops and conferences. These include those pertaining to Cryo-EM, Crystallography, Structural Biology and more. While we are in the business of supplying researchers with products and services supporting their work in the fields of Cryo-EM, Crystallography, Structural Biology, Material Science and beyond, we are also deeply committed to supporting our industry and the people within it through our sponsorship and attendance.
Use this page to discover upcoming industry events, meetings, workshops and conferences we are sponsoring and/or attending. For those events we are attending we would very much like to meet you in person. See listings below for how to find us at event.
This page also lists past events we have been involved in.
If you have an event, meeting, workshop or conference you would like us to sponsor, please visit our sponsorship request form to submit it for review.
Current and Future Events – Meetings – Workshops – Conferences
The New York Structural Biology Discussion Group 2020 Winter meeting brings together structural biologists, biochemists and biophysicists. The meeting offers a informal forum for them to meet and discuss their findings, network and share ideas.
The National Science Foundation BioXFEL Science and Technology Center is hosting this event. It features speakers, a poster contest, exhibitors and more. This is your chance to share and learn more about X-ray free electron lasers (XFEL).
“This symposium, designed to bring together junior and senior scientists, will feature recent advances in structural biology including technology development, protein-nucleic acid complexes, viral pathogenesis and vaccine design, cell signaling, design and discovery of drugs, and structure, dynamics, and function of membrane proteins.”
“The Workshop will address the essential questions and challenges of radiation damage to biological samples during their examination with ionizing radiation. The workshop will cover various X-ray and electron scattering techniques, from crystallography to imaging, and offers ample opportunities for information exchange and discussion among researchers from around the globe.”
The 2020 Three-Dimensional Electron Microscopy (3DEm) GRC will feature scientific talks presenting state-of-the-art aspects of Cryo-EM research. Includes a keynote session on the future impact of 3DEm on structural biology. As well as discussions on Sample Preparation and Workflows; Hybrid and Correlative Methods; Innovations in Algorithms and Software; Breakthrough Methods and Workflows; Cellular and Molecular Tomography; Hardware and Instrument Developments; and CryoEM in Drug Discovery.
Past Events – Meetings – Workshops – Conferences
“The goal of this meeting is to foster a discussion of frontier problems in the fields of single particle cryoEM and cryo electron tomography (cryoET). We encourage talks and posters to focus on challenging cases and the technical advances required to overcome them, including sample preparation, optimizing data collection, innovations in image processing, etc. “First looks” at new and not fully polished stories are very welcome.”
A one day event focusing on practical aspects related to Cryo-EM technique. Features speakers and panel discussions. Whether you are a season Cryo-EM user or just getting started with Cryo-EM this is your chance to share and learn more on this exciting technique.
Professor Rob Thorne Chairman, CTO and Founder of MiTeGen presented Advanced Cryo-Cooling and Sample Handling Technology for Biomolecular Cryo-Crystallography and Cryo-EM as a Tuesday Tech Talk on the Yale West Campus. Learn how researchers can improve crystal diffraction with optimized cryocooling and sample handling by using MiTeGens NANUQ device.
Learn how radiation damage and ice formation are major obstacles to probing biomolecular structure and function using X-rays and electrons. And how cooling to cryogenic temperatures suppresses diffusion and reduces radiation damage per unit dose, increasing both the amount and resolution of structural data that may be obtained.