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Aaron Klug Memorial Symposium

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9.00am – Registration, 9.45am – Welcome by Jan Löwe, 10.00am – Tony Crowther: Aaron in his own words: Snatches of a conversation from 2001, 10.30am – David DeRosier: A 3D ending to a 2D beginning, 11.00am – Coffee break – Atrium, 11.30am – Richard Henderson: How Aaron’s seminal work led to the resolution revolution in cryoEM, 12.00pm – Steve Harrison: Viruses: from “hoops”, “eyes” and Aaron’s eyes to atoms, cells, and vaccines, 12.30pm – Buffet lunch – Atrium, 2.00pm – Roger Kornberg: Chromatin, chromosomes, and transcription, 2.30pm – Karolin Luger: Nucleosomes for everyone: Histone-based chromatin across the domains of life, 3.00pm – Tea break – Atrium, 3.30pm – Daniela Rhodes: Aaron, tRNA and chromatin, 4.00pm – Michel Goedert: Cryo-EM structures of amyloid filaments from human brain, 4.30pm – David Klug: Aaron Klug, 5.00pm – Meeting close.

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