The project LAAAMP was started in 2016 by the International Science Council (ISC) through a grant awarded to the joint IUPAP-IUCr project entitled Utilisation of Light Source and Crystallographic Sciences to Facilitate the Enhancement of Knowledge and Improve the Economic and Social Conditions in Targeted Regions of the World. Aim of the project is to enhance Advanced Light Sources (AdLS) and crystallographic sciences in Africa, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and Southeast Asia, Middle East and the Pacific Islands.
How can SESAME address research needs and challenges of African scientific communities? Discover more at this virtual event that will take place on 6 July 2022.
The Canadian Macromolecular Crystallography Facility (CMCF) will host a two-week virtual course covering all phases of the experimental process, from data collection to processing to structure solution. Dates: 18 November - 2 December 2022
Call for applications for Faculty-Student Teams to spend 2 months during 2023 at participating AdLSs now open. DEADLINE: 30 September 2022.
Read this article on ESRF News telling the story of Gideon Chinamatira from Zimbabwe, who spent two months at the ESRF thanks to a LAAAMP grant.
Are you a high school teacher? Are you interested in connecting your students to learning through research? Then apply to this SESAME-CLS-LAAAMP virtual workshop. DEADLINE: 20 December 2021.
Registrations are still open for this ICTP virtual meeting, co-sponsored by LAAAMP, to be held on 6-17 Dec 2021. Deadline: 20/11/2021.
Huge congratulations to LAAAMP co-founder and EC member Sekazi K. Mtingwa, who has been awarded the prestigious inaugural International Science Council's Policy-for-Science Award 2021 in recognition of his 30+ years involvement in enhancing STEM opportunities around the world, especially in Africa.
LAAAMP and the Canadian Light Source invite high school science teachers to apply for taking part in a unique learning experience as part of the CLS Educators’ Science Projects 2021. DEADLINE: 15 April 2021.