Protein crystallization in space workshop for high school students and teachers
April 14-15, 2008
UA Huntsville, Shelby Center Room 301, High school teachers and students are welcome to explore the world of structural biology and participate in a real life science experiment in space.
Prepare samples to the International Space Station!
Come and find out
1. What is structural Biology?
2. What do proteins, crystals and space have in common?
3. How will understanding protein structures and space improve
Special Guest and lecturers include former astronauts:
(skylab 1973, Spacelab_1 1983)
Dr. Owen K. Garriott
Dr. Larry J. DeLucas (Payload Specialist STS-50 1996)
Other lecturers: Dr. Edward Meehan, Dr. Joseph D. Ng
Workshop will Include tour of the new Hudson Alpha Institute and LSB center, UAH.
Please contact Debora Nielson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 256-824-6800 for
Alabama Space Grant Consortium, NASA
Lab for Structural Biology, UAHuntsville
Monday April 14, 2008 Shelby Center 301
Time Topic Speakers/Instructors
Dr. Dan Rochowiak (College of Science Assoc. Dean)
Tuesday April 15, 2008