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The Cambridge Structural Database reaches 1,000,000 structures. Find out more here.
We present the Matwall: a framework that provides a link between materials properties, process development and tech transfer for commercial production.
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Recent webinars include custom feature creation in CSD-CrossMiner, 10 (or so) things you didn't know about Mercury, ultra-large docking; scaling GOLD, and more!
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Available Now. The world's repository for small-molecule crystal structures. Download CSD 2020.0. Find out more about the latest data updates here.
13th August 2020
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Our second virtual user group meeting is timed to best suit those in the We...
We are pleased to announce the May 2020 data update of the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) is now available! This data update brings you 10,...
Leaders in chemistry data management combine to deliver unified data resource for materials characterisation.
Two of the largest chemical data repos...
The #IYPTCrystals competition is now closed - winner to be announced soon! Meanwhile, keep exploring our periodic table of crystals here https://t.co/jNMMJyY6M6 #IYPT2019 #remotescience #learningtogether #scienceathome @BritCryst https://t.co/ctU3YH2MEk
Today’s #FeaturedStructureFriday celebrates World Environment Day. MOFs structures look promising for environmental applications, thanks to their high porosity. The CSD currently contains more than 90,000 MOF structures. CSD Entry: NIBJAK, https://t.co/wGygrmlHd2 https://t.co/7NiscWbhk8
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