Event Name Northwest Crystallography Workshop 2014
Start Date 20th Jun 2014 6:00pm
End Date 22nd Jun 2014 12:15pm
Duration 1 day, 18 hours and 15 minutes

Regional meeting of macromolecular crystallographer groups in the pacific northwest with emphasis on providing graduate students and postdocs opportunities to present their work. 

This biennial meeting has been held at differing locations in the Pacific Northwest since 1981. It has always proven to be a great venue to meet other researchers in the region who are interested in both the utilization of macromolecular crystallography and the development of new methods.

We are very pleased that the distinguished Brian Matthews from the University of Oregon will give the Saturday evening keynote. The title of his talk is: "From Bragg's Hometown to the MRC Cambridge and Beyond:  Experiencing the Progress of Crystallography."


  • Enzyme mechanism
  • Drug discovery
  • Complex formation
  • Crystal growth
  • Structure solution
  • Model validation
  • Structure/function relationship
  • Structure prediction
  • X-ray and cryo-EM complementarity
  • Protein/nucleic acid interaction

Location Corvallis, Oregon
United States
Contact Andy Karplus
URL http://oregonstate.edu/conferences/event/nwcw2014/
Category symposia