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iNEXT can support researchers from all EU and associated countries, but also (in a more limited capacity) from international labs, to perform a variety of structural biology experiments with a translational research component, in the fields of X-ray crystallography, SAXS, NMR, EM, light imaging and Biophysics for Macromolecular Interactions. Support includes all access costs to all facilities, and support for travel and accommodation for the duration of experiments, where applicable. We particularly encourage applications from people with no or limited experience to the different techniques to look at our Extended Support and Structural Audit modalities, as well as expert researchers that will be more interested in our High-End Data collection modalities.
The iNEXT consortium involves 23 partners from 14 different European countries. Training and networking activities are carried out to attract new users and to disseminate scientific results across academia and industry.
Funded from the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Union, iNEXT (H2020 Grant # 653706) is the first research infrastructure project that combines access to different structural biology technologies (SAXS, X-ray crystallography, NMR, EM, biophysical characterization).