May 092018
 

The American Crystallographic Association is meeting on July 20 – 24 in Toronto, Canada. The keynote speaker is John Polanyi, who shared the 1986 Nobel Prize in Chemistry “for their contributions concerning the dynamics of chemical elementary processes.”

In addition to a special session on Crystallization on the International Space Station (!), there will be a session on Theoretical and Computational Crystallography – Present and Future Opportunities at the Structural Interface of Experiment and Theory 1, chaired by Branton Campbell (and no matter what the site says, I am merely chief kibbitzer) and Theoretical and Computational Crystallography – Present and Future Opportunities at the Structural Interface of Experiment and Theory 2, chaired by Peter Khalifah and Wenhao Sun.

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