10th European Biophysics Congress: EBSA 2015
The 10th European Biophysics Congress of the European Biophysical Societies' Association (EBSA), organized on behalf of the German Biophysical Society by Helmut Grubmüller, took place 18-22 July 2015 in Dresden (Germany).
Plenary Lectures at the 10th European Biophysics Congress 2015 in Dresden
EBSA 2015 Plenary Lecture: Gunnar von Hejne
"A biophysical perspective on co-translational protein translocation, membrane insertion and folding"
EBSA 2015 Plenary Lecture: Angela M. Gronenborn
"An ingenious cloak fo subterfuge - the HIV capsid structure"
EBSA 2015 Plenary Lecture: J. Antoinette Killian
"Studying lipid/protein interactions: from self-assembled model membranes to native nanodiscs"
EBSA 2015 Plenary Lecture: Raymond E. Goldstein
"Synchronization of eukaryotic flagella"
EBSA 2015 Plenary Lecture: Iva M. Tolic - winner of the EBSA Young Investigator's Medal and Prize
"Forces in the mitotic spindle"
EBSA 2015 Plenary Lecture: Marileen Dogterom
"Minimal systems for the study of microtubule-based cell polarity in fission yeast"
EBSA 2015 Plenary Lecture: Christian Eggeling
"Advanced optical microscopy for deeper insights into membrane bioactivity"