The Advanced Isotopic Labelling Methods for integrated structural biology AILM 2015 workshop will focus on the development of isotopic labelling techniques and their application to the study of biomolecular structure and dynamics. Conference sessions will cover developments in isotopic labelling strategies for NMR spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, neutron scattering and diffraction, as well as methodological approaches, such as co-expression, segmental labelling, specific labelling and sample production in vitro or in eukaryotic cells. The program will also showcase elegant examples of the application of these methods to challenging systems such as membrane proteins, high molecular weight proteins and nucleic acids.

AILM 2015 will be held in Grenoble, a renowned centre for European Structural Biology located in the heart of the French Alps, from February 2-5 2015. The goal of the workshop is to provide a stimulating and educational forum in which participants can exchange ideas on the latest scientific breakthroughs in the use of stable isotopes in integrated structural biology.

An impressive list of international speakers, specialist in the field, have already accepted to give a lecture to AILM 2015, but half of oral presentations will be selected from  abstracts submitted by November 15th. Please visit workshop web site for more information :

Register by 15 November 2014 to benefit from the reduced inscription rate: 500€ for industry; Academia : 200€ for early career researchers & 300€ for senior researchers. Fellowships are available to cover accommodation fees for young academic researchers.

The AILM2015 Organizing Committee,
Jerome Boisbouvier, IBS Grenoble (Fr)
Bruno Kieffer, IGBMC Strasbourg (Fr)
Michael Plevin, University of York (UK)
Carine Tisné, University Paris 5 ( Fr)

Monday, February 2, 2015 to Thursday, February 5, 2015
Grenoble, France