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The Cambridge Structural Database reaches 1,000,000 structures. Find out more here.
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With 14,673 new entries, this update brings the total size of the CSD to 1,023,815 entries and 1,006,180 unique structures. This takes the release past one million structures for the first time!
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Available Now. The world's repository for small-molecule crystal structures. Download CSD 2019. Find out more about the latest data updates here.
CCDC are excited to be co-organising the upcoming Rational Solid Form Design and Development Summit alongside pharmaceutical technol...
In the year that the CSD hit one million structures we are highlighting some of the most prolific contributors to the database. Our 5th ...
This year’s 3D print contest was one of best so far with eight very impressive entries!
The winner is chosen from all the entries submitted via ...
RT @CGD_ACS: Your weekend reading: iconoclastic and firm wording from Ben Hay, once again showing the power of the CSD @ccdc_cambridge
This week’s #FeaturedStructureFriday is a complex containing the first ever observed Pd–Mg bonds with a rather unusual hexagonal planar geometry. CSD Entry: NORLOY (https://t.co/vhuDrwvE3P ) The structure was published in @Nature by Mark R. Crimmin and co-workers #crystallography https://t.co/aWQ6CLRktl
Some great presentations and discussions at today's CCDC US UGM, thanks so much to our guest speakers for their contributions! https://t.co/NU8QlWjzbd