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London Structural Biology Club

The London Structural Biology Club (LSBC) brings together researchers and students from a number of biological sciences faculties and research centres across London, including Birkbeck, UCL, Imperial College, King’s College, Queen Mary, and The Francis Crick Institute. Members come from a variety of disciplines interested in the general field of Structural Biology.

Meetings are held three times a year and feature talks by eminent researchers in the field, followed by a networking session with refreshments. All meetings are free to attend.

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2017/18 meetings

Chair: Dr Mark Pfuhl

Tuesday, 21 November 2017, 3-6pm

Tuesday, 6 March 2018, 3-6pm

Tuesday, 19 June 2018, 3-6pm

Previous meetings

How to find us

Meetings are usually held in the Glaxo-Wellcome seminar room (B62/3).  This area is access controlled.  For directions to this meeting room, please click here.

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