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Matching molecules to targets through intuitive, interactive data mining including scaffold hopping using CSD-CrossMiner.
The school is intended primarily for younger scientists with some experience of structure analysis.
The annual BCA Spring Meeting brings together all four subject groups and the Young Crystallographers group for a three-day conference.
Experimental advances in macromolecular crystallography.
The CCDC webinars are an excellent opportunity to learn more about software updates and new developments.
Join us for the virtual workshop: The Cambridge Structural Database – Analysing intermolecular interactions using the Mercury program
The workshop brings together principal investigators in academia, technical staff experts in government, and industrial practitioners in crystallization. Ian Bruno from the CCDC is presenting.