During the last decades, structural biology had a major impact in illustrating the structure-functional aspects of some of the most important biomolecules. This success is also due to the evolution of macromolecular crystallography beamlines with several thousands of new structures being determined and complex biological processes being elucidated. The new ESRF Extremely Brilliant Source will allow to extend further the capabilities of the macromolecular crystallography beamlines and will open new pathways in the study of time-dependent structural changes. This is the scope of the new upgrade of ID29 beamline, the EBSL8 project, a new beamline entirely dedicated to serial crystallography experiments at room temperature. This webinar will present the new scientific opportunities offered at the ESRF beamlines and describe the characteristics of the new ID29.

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