A new wave of crystallography experiments has emerged in recent years that expand the scope of experiments beyond traditional structure determination. Time-resolved experiments, X-ray free electron lasers (XFELs), and in-situ room-temperature experiments now provide a wide range of methods to probe protein structures in a crystalline environment. These offer the possibility to determine protein structures as a function of time and physical experimental parameters, and promise to drastically change our understanding of protein structures and dynamics. This seminar will cover the full range of these new possibilities within crystallography.
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