The summer school will run from 16-20 July (starting late Monday morning and finishing on early Friday afternoon).
The Summer School will provide an intensive scientific programme encompassing the latest in biomolecular experiment and theory covering microscopy, X ray methods, NMR, multiscale modelling, epigenetics, protein dynamics and evolution. We hope it will provide an opportunity for researchers to immerse themselves in state-of-the-art expertise in an intensive environment, giving them a broad and deep cross-disciplinary framework from within which to approach the Physics of Life. Social events (including a conference dinner at Durham Castle) will allow students and course delivers to interact in an informal setting.
Confirmed speakers and topics include: