SPEAKERS.

Angela

Agostiano

University of Bari Aldo Moro, Department of Chemistry 

"Multifunctional hybrid architectures for biomedical applications"

Martino

Bolognesi

University of Milan Statale, Department of Biosciences

"Tackling macromolecular recognition through single particle cryo-EM"

Alberto 

Diaspro​

University of Genoa, 

Department of Physics, Nanoscopy Italian Institute of Technology

"Light diversity microscopy. A  journey to the center of living matter"

Celia

Duce

University of Pisa, 

Department of Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry

"Calorimetry and thermal analysis approach to study Bio-macromolecules. From systems in solution to condensate biomaterials"

Rebecca

Pogni​

University of  Siena, Department of Biotechnologies, Chemistry and Pharmacy

"The Electron Paramagnetic Resonance technique for the study of the structural and dynamical properties of biomacromolecules"

Dimitrios

Fessas

University of Milan, 

Department of Food, Environmental and Nutritional Sciences

"Calorimetry and thermal analysis approach to study Bio-macromolecules. From systems in solution to condensate biomaterials"

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Costanza

Montis

University of  Florence, Department of Chemistry "Ugo Schiff"

"Exploring and exploiting nano-bio interfaces: a physico-chemical perspective"

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Anita

Scipioni​

University of Rome "La Sapienza", Department of Chemistry 

"Atomic Force Microscopy: a multifunctional tool for imaging of biosystems from single molecules to cells"

Giuseppe Graziano

University of Sannio, Department of Science and Technology

"Role of the solvent-excluded volume effect in molecular recognition processes"

Annalisa

Pastore

King’s College London, Maurice Wohl Institute, European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF), Grenoble

"Integrative biology in protein structure determination"

Lorenzo

Stella​

University of Rome Tor Vergata, Department of Chemical Sciences and Technologies 

"Application of fluorescence spectroscopy to studies of biomolecular structure, dynamics and interactions"

Luigi

Vitagliano​

National Research Council (CNR), Institute of Biostructures and Bioimages of Naples

"The three-dimensional structure of biomacromolecules by X-ray crystallography"