MX-Posterprize to Bartosz Sekula, Lodz

On the photo are shown from left to right <br />Manfred Weiss (HZB-MX), Bartosz Sekula (Lodz),<br />
Uwe Mueller (HZB-MX) and Anna Bujacz,<br /> Bartosz' Ph.D. supervisor.

On the photo are shown from left to right
Manfred Weiss (HZB-MX), Bartosz Sekula (Lodz),
Uwe Mueller (HZB-MX) and Anna Bujacz,
Bartosz' Ph.D. supervisor.

The prize for the best poster in the field of macromolecular crystallography was awarded to
Bartosz Sekula from the University of Lodz (Poland). The poster committee unanimously selected the poster titled "Complexes of equine serum albumin with ligands" as this year's best poster in MX.


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