Biological Sciences (BIO)
The Biology Department, enabled by LCLS, has greatly impacted diverse areas of structural biology with a focus on researching biological targets, studying time-resolved dynamics, and performing challenging spectroscopy experiments.
Several instruments are available at LCLS to provide users with tools to determine macromolecular structures. Scientists are encouraged to utilize these instruments and capabilities to drive scientific discoveries in biology.
Explore more unique science impacts and capabilities in biological sciences at the official Biology Department website.
Biology Department Website
Center for Structural Dynamics in Biology
LCLS partners with the National Institute of Health (NIH) to create the Center for Structural Dynamics in Biology!
The Center for Structural Dynamics in Biology (SDB) is an NIH biomedical technology research resource that aims to develop innovative technologies to fully utilize the unique capabilities of LCLS. The SDB is here to serve the biomedical and general user community by making tools available for experiments.
Learn more about how to become a user of the center at the official Center for Structural Dynamics in Biology page.