C ornell H igh E nergy S ynchrotron S ource. Thomas A. Weber Director, Materials Research National Science Foundation firstname.lastname@example.org. CHESS Facility. Uses X-rays from CESR CHESS & MacCHESS - 5 beam lines & 10 stations CHESS five year renewal in April of 1998.
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Cornell High EnergySynchrotron Source Thomas A. Weber Director, Materials Research National Science Foundation email@example.com Protein Society, 7/26/99
CHESS Facility • Uses X-rays from CESR • CHESS & MacCHESS - 5 beam lines & 10 stations • CHESS five year renewal in April of 1998 Protein Society, 7/26/99
Cornell Electron Storage Ring (CESR) Protein Society, 7/26/99
CESR Review • Cahn Panel: Field of B physics (1/98) • Nine ad hoc mail reviews (2-5/98) • Peccei Panel: Cooperative agreement and research program (4/98) • Upgrade Review Panel (10/98) Protein Society, 7/26/99
CESR Budget History and Recommendation • FY 62-93: $256M • FY 94-98: $77.4M (operating) • FY 94-98: $26.3M (upgrade) • FY 99: $9.25M (bridge funding) • FY 99-03: $88.183M (recommended) Protein Society, 7/26/99
The G-line Protein Society, 7/26/99
CHESS Funding • NSF recommendation (4/1/98) • $16.481 M over sixty months • includes $2.706 M from NIH Protein Society, 7/26/99
NSF Support of Macromolecular Crystallography • 82 active grants, > $32 M • structural biology research • biochemistry related to structural biology • instrumentation and software development • database management systems • In addition • protein data bank • new beam lines planned at ALS and CAMD Protein Society, 7/26/99