In this webinar we welcome Professor Jennifer Swift to discuss their recent publication: Data mining the Cambridge Structural Database for hydrate-anhydrate pairs with SMILES strings.
Read the paper here: https://doi.org/10.1039/D0CE00273A
About the Behind the paper series
The Cambridge Structural Database, CSD, reached 1 million structures in 2019. This resource has helped to advanced research in a wide range of fields.
In 2020 CrystEngComm celebrated a selection of the work made possible by the CSD in a special issue.
Here, we talk to some of the authors featured in this issue - to get behind the paper, and learn more about the context, challenges and wider scope of their work.
See the full series here.