Through this project, entitled in full 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, the International Science Council (ISC) is partnering with IUPAP and IUCr to enhance Advanced Light Sources (AdLS) and crystallographic sciences in Africa, Mexico, the Caribbean, Southeast Asia and Middle East.
URGENT!! Please take a few minutes to fill in the LAAAMP survey and help develop a database of AdLS and crystallography users and facilities used in the targeted regions of the project. Thanks!
Only 10 days left now to apply for the May 2020 training session, which will focus on single-crystal structure determination. Participants are strongly encouraged to bring their own samples.
Read the article "LAAAMP Brings International Researchers to the Advanced Light Source" by Cindy Lee in the ALS news.
Michele Zema (IUCr Executive Outreach Officer) succeeds Sekazi Mtingwa as Chair of the LAAAMP Executive Committee.
Thanks to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for providing the translation of the LAAAMP brochure into Arabic, its layouting and an initial print run of 500 copies. Download it for free here!
See the photos of the Public Open House event on 29 November 2019 at the University of Maroua, Cameroun where the LAAAMP brochures were distributed to visitors.
Registrations are open for the School on Advanced Light Sources: Principles, Methods and Multidisciplinary Applications, ICTP, Trieste, 20 April - 1 May 2020
It's official! LAAAMP will be featured at the next World Science Forum 2019 hosted by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences under the main theme “Science, Ethics and Responsibility”.