The December issue of Crystallography News is available via the members area of the BCA website.
Nominations for the CCDC Chemical Crystallography Prize for Younger Scientists are now open! This is a great opportunity for YCG members to be recognised for their scientific output. All details on nomination and rules can be found on the Chemical Crystallography Group website.
WE, the BCA 2015 Programme and Organising Committee invite you to the University of York in the springtime of 2015 for a diverse and exciting meeting featuring talks, posters, workshops and a commercial exhibition. You are invited to submit an abstract for a talk in any of the sixteen topical micro-symposia. In addition we offer… Read More »
The fourth workshop under the British Council’s Researcher Links programme, supported by The Royal Society of Chemistry (UK), will be held in the Institute of Solid State Chemistry and Mechanochemistry SB RAS and Novosibirsk State University. It’s a great opportunity for early-career researchers to visit Novosibirsk – and is completely free! “The workshop entitled “Molecular materials: from… Read More »
Do you want more exposure for your research papers? The YCG website now has a Publications section! Members of the YCG group can share their outstanding results with the community. The paper must be authored (or co-authored) by you and published in the current year. Any member can propose a paper published this year where he/she is one… Read More »
Following the success of the format used for the last couple of years, the PCG-SCMP Winter meeting will take place at the Cosener’s House, Abingdon, 10th-11th November 2014 (lunchtime to-lunchtime), in conjunction with the ISIS Crystallography Users Meeting. Registration for the meeting is free. For participants working at UK-based research institutions who attend both meetings… Read More »
Diamond Light Source is the UK’s national synchrotron science facility. Located on the Harwell Science & Innovation Campus in Oxfordshire a 20 minute drive south of Oxford. The fixed-term position will be based on Beamline I19 at Diamond, which is designed for small-molecule single-crystal diffraction using an intense x-ray beam (5-25 keV) to study the… Read More »
If you are a PhD student/postdoc in polymer, soft matter or colloid science and want to hear about job options other than following the steps of your supervisor at University, please come and join us for this one-day event on the 29th October 2014 (Rutherford Lab, Didcot, near Oxford). The event is organised by the… Read More »
This year’s Industrial Group Autumn Meeting will be held at the Royal Institution of Great Britain in London on Wednesday 12 November. The meeting will celebrate industrial science during this International Year of Crystallography with talks covering a wide range of crystallographic topics. There will also be a lecture from one of the RI’s historians… Read More »
The Royal Institution in collaboration with STFC have created a Crystallography Collection on their website with a number of videos describing crystallography and diffraction, as well as videos on the history of this important area. More recently they have created two videos entitled ‘Understanding Crystallography: Part 1 and 2′. These are great videos, the first… Read More »