MX user training is normally delivered three times per year on-site at Diamond, and invitations are sent to principle investigators and alternate contacts within each group to identify appropriate candidates. The aim is to provide MX users with sufficient training to be able to operate any of the Diamond MX beamlines efficiently and to get the most benefit from their beamtime. However, in response to the current coronavirus situation, we are taking training online in the form of webinars, to which all MX user groups are welcome.
The first webinar was on Monday 22nd June, entitled: "Transformation of MX beamtime at Diamond – news, views and updates on access and features to respond to user needs", details and recordings can be found here.
Details of our next webinar will be published soon. Any requests for future training webinars can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
There are a wealth of resources available to assist scientists to learn more about macromolecular crystallography, and some of our favourites are listed below:
A tutorial for learning and teaching macromolecular crystallography - in the Journal of Applied Crystallography (2008), along with an update from 2010
If you can recommend further resources, or want to share your own resources for this page, please let us know on email@example.com.
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