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MS SPIDOC retreat, 2-4.05 2022 @Timmendorfer Strand, Germany

Congratulations to Charlotte Uetrecht for receiving the prestigious Mattauch-Herzog Award on 27th April 2022 for the valuable contribution on development of mass spectrometry methods and technologies!

Find out more on the CSSB news:

and on the LIV news:

Powerhouse scientist: DESY congratulating Charlotte Uetrecht for the SAXFELS funding and Mattauch-Herzog Award!

MS VISION @Proteomic Forum 2022 – EUPA2022 3-7.04.2022, Leipzig, Germany

The Small Angle X-ray Free Electron Laser Scattering (SAXFELS) project, based on the adapation of the MS SPIDOC prototype, has been funded by the Röntgen-Ångström Cluster (RÅC)!

Congratulations to the MS SPIDOC members: Charlotte Uetrecht, Erik Marklund and Carl Caleman!

DESY News announcing the SAXFELS project based on MS SPIDOC:

The Norovirus Superstar comic and MS SPIDOC featured as “Finding of the month” in the last issue of the Leibniz Association Newsletter!

Find out more on the Leibniz-Newsletter N°24 · 2022 (German only):

MS SPIDOC @12th conference on Isolated Biomolecules and Biomolecular Interactions – IBBI 2022 27.02.2022 – 04.03.2022 Obergurgl, Austria

(Photo credit: Thomas Kierspel)

“Flying coronaviruses – insights into non-structural proteins” Charlotte Uetrecht  – HPI

“MS SPIDOC: Mass Spectrometry meets Single Particle Imaging” Thomas Kierspel – HPI

“An experimental approach to conformational dynamics in biological systems (with spectroscopy as central technique)” Luke Mac-Aleese – UCBL

“Rehydrating gas-phase protein structures:  can we recover solution structures?” Maxim Brodmerkel – UU

Perdita Barran – UNIMAN

MS SPIDOC supporting Women In Science