The last ten years have seen a revolution in our understanding of the mechanisms of biological crystal growth. Recent studies on crystal nucleation have found evidence of pre-nucleation clusters, a controversial result which apparently contradicts classical nucleation theory.
If you are working in the areas of biomineralisation, biomimetic crystallisation, nucleation or crystal growth then you are very likely to have some significant original research to share. Join a meeting where you can not only discuss your findings but also get them published.
Crystallisation – A Biological Perspective: Faraday Discussion 159 is the place to be this July.
Why choose to come to a Faraday Discussion? They have a unique format – all papers are circulated in advance and all discussion contributions are recorded for publication in the abstract book after the event. You can also have your own poster space at the meeting, so submit yours now before the deadline of 25 May.