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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.

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Pistoia Alliance Annual European Conference 

  CCDC will be attending the Pistoia Alliance 2020 Annual European Conference in March 2020.  The meeting brings together Pistoia Allian...

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Matwalls: Thinking about risks in the development of new materials

When we think about risks, lots of different things can come to mind but underpinning them all is the chance that something undesired may happen. If w...

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CCDC announces 2020.0 CSD Release

Scaling up structural science Cambridge UK, 12th December 2019. CCDC, world leading providers of structural chemistry data for material and life ...

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