We are delighted to welcome Professor Christian Doonan to the CrystEngComm team as one of our Associate Editors!

Christian Doonan, CrystEngComm, Royal Society of Chemistry

 

 

Christian Doonan is Professor of chemistry at the University of Adelaide. He received his PhD at the University of Melbourne and carried out post-doctoral work with Professor Omar Yaghi at the University of California, Los Angeles.

His research group focuses on the design and synthesis of Metal-organic Framework materials for application to biotechnology and catalysis. Christian is a member of the international MOF commission and his research has been recognised through several awards including, an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship, a distinguished lectureship award from the Chemical Society of Japan and a Double Hundred Talent Professorship at Qingdao University.

Christian also recently guest-edited a themed issue of CrystEngComm with Christopher J. Sumby on Metal-Organic Framework Catalysis.

 

 

 

Browse a selection of Christian’s latest work:

Degradation of ZIF-8 in phosphate buffered saline media
Miriam de J. Velásquez-Hernández, Raffaele Ricco, Francesco Carraro, F. Ted Limpoco, Mercedes Linares-Moreau, Erich Leitner, Helmar Wiltsche, Johannes Rattenberger, Hartmuth Schröttner, Philipp Frühwirt, Eduard M. Stadler, Georg Gescheidt, Heinz Amenitsch, Christian J. Doonan and Paolo Falcaro
CrystEngComm, 2019, 21, 4538-4544
DOI: 10.1039/C9CE00757A, Paper

Carbohydrates@MOFs
Efwita Astria, Martin Thonhofer, Raffaele Ricco, Weibin Liang, Angela Chemelli, Andrew Tarzia, Karen Alt, Christoph E. Hagemeyer, Johannes Rattenberger, Hartmuth Schroettner, Tanja Wrodnigg, Heinz Amenitsch, David M. Huang, Christian J. Doonan and Paolo Falcaro
Mater. Horiz., 2019, 6, 969-977
DOI: 10.1039/C8MH01611A, Communication

Influence of nanoscale structuralisation on the catalytic performance of ZIF-8: a cautionary surface catalysis study
Oliver M. Linder-Patton, Thomas J. de Prinse, Shuhei Furukawa, Stephen G. Bell, Kenji Sumida, Christian J. Doonan and Christopher J. Sumby
CrystEngComm, 2018, 20, 4926-4934
DOI: 10.1039/C8CE00746B, Paper

Study of iron oxide nanoparticle phases in graphene aerogels for oxygen reduction reaction
Ramesh Karunagaran, Campbell Coghlan, Tran Thanh Tung, Shervin Kabiri, Diana N. H. Tran, Christian J. Doonan and Dusan Losic
New J. Chem., 2017, 41, 15180-15186
DOI: 10.1039/C7NJ02979A, Paper

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Read our Editor’s Collection on Chromism in Frameworks by Susan Bourne

We are delighted to share with you our latest collection of recently published articles focusing on Chromism in Frameworks handpicked by Associate Editor Susan Bourne.

These articles are free to access until December 31st 2019 and we hope you enjoy reading them.

We invite you to submit your research to CrystEngComm and give your work the global visibility it deserves.

 

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Featured articles:

Two novel multichromic coordination polymers based on a new flexible viologen ligand exhibiting photocontrolled luminescence properties and sensitive detection for ammonia
Hai Yu Wang, Shuang Liu, Chen Fu and Hong Zhang
CrystEngComm, 2019, 21, 1635-1641 DOI: 10.1039/C8CE01948G

Solvatomorphism of Reichardt’s dye
Sarah J. Pike, Andrew D. Bond and Christopher A. Hunter
CrystEngComm, 2018, 20, 2912-2915 DOI: 10.1039/C8CE00480C

The thermo-responsive behavior in molecular crystals of naphthalene diimides and their 3D printed thermochromic composites
Madushani Dharmarwardana, Bhargav S. Arimilli, Michael A. Luzuriaga, Sunah Kwon, Hamilton Lee, Gayan A. Appuhamillage, Gregory T. McCandless, Ronald A. Smaldone and Jeremiah J. Gassensmith
CrystEngComm, 2018, 20, 6054-6060 DOI: 10.1039/C8CE00798E

 

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CrystEngComm Associate Editor Susan Bourne Royal Society of Chemistry

 

 

 

Meet the Editor

Associate Editor Susan Bourne is the Professor of Physical Chemistry at the University of Cape Town. Her PhD, obtained at the University of Cape Town, was a study of organic inclusion compounds undertaken under the supervision of Professor Luigi Nassimbeni. Her research interests include the application of physicochemical methods to inclusion compounds and crystal engineering of metal-organic materials, all with the aim of correlating solid-state structure with physical properties and reactivity. She has published over 120 papers and has supervised 20 postgraduate students. She is the chair of the Structural Chemistry Commission of the International Union of Crystallography, and is a Fellow of the University of Cape Town.

 

 

 

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Read our Editor’s Collection on Polymorphism in Molecular Crystals by Aurora Cruz-Cabeza

We are delighted to share with you our latest collection of recently published articles focusing on Polymorphism in Molecular Crystals, handpicked by Editorial Board Member Aurora Cruz-Cabeza. This collection is dedicated to the late Professor Joel Bernstein who endeavoured much of his work to the study of polymorphism and inspired many of us.

These articles are free to access until October 31st 2019 and we hope you enjoy reading them.

We invite you to submit your research to CrystEngComm and give your work the global visibility it deserves.

 

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Featured articles:

L-Malic acid crystallization: polymorphism, semi-spherulites, twisting, and polarity
Jingxiang Yang, Chunhua T. Hu, Alexander G. Shtukenberg, Qiuxiang Yin and Bart Kahr
CrystEngComm, 2018, 20, 1383-1389. DOI: 10.1039/C7CE02107K

Serendipitous isolation of a disappearing conformational polymorph of succinic acid challenges computational polymorph prediction
Paolo Lucaioli, Elisa Nauha, Ilaria Gimondi, Louise S. Price, Rui Guo, Luca Iuzzolino, Ishwar Singh, Matteo Salvalaglio, Sarah L. Price and Nicholas Blagden
CrystEngComm, 2018, 20, 3971-3977. DOI: 10.1039/C8CE00625C

Polymorphism of chlorpropamide on liquid-assisted mechanical treatment: choice of liquid and type of mechanical treatment matter
Nadia Bouvart, Roland-Marie Palix, Sergey G. Arkhipov, Ivan A. Tumanov, Adam A. L. Michalchuk and Elena V. Boldyreva
CrystEngComm, 2018, 20, 1797-1803, DOI: 10.1039/C7CE02221B

 

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Dr Aurora Cruz-Cabeza, CrystEngComm Editorial Board Member, University of Manchester

 

Meet the Editor

 

Editorial Board Member Dr Aurora Cruz-Cabeza is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Manchester, School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Sciences. She has established her own research group in solid state chemistry and crystallisation. Aurora has authored over 50 research articles and has given over 60 research talks around the world. Some of her best well-known work lies in the area of polymorphism in molecular crystals.

 

 

 

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Introducing our new Editorial Board Member: Susan Reutzel-Edens

Susan Reutzel-Edens. Royal Society of Chemistry, CrystEngComm Editorial Board MemberWe are delighted to welcome Susan Reutzel-Edens to the CrystEngComm team as an Editorial Board member

Susan Reutzel-Edens is a senior research advisor in Small Molecule Design & Development at Eli Lilly and Company and adjunct professor at Purdue University. After earning her PhD at the University of Minnesota (1991) under the direction of the late Professor Margaret C. Etter, she joined Eli Lilly, where she founded the solid form design program and for two decades led a team of cross-functional scientists charged with finding commercially-viable crystalline forms for small-molecule drug products. She has contributed to the development of more than 150 compounds, is a named inventor on 12 US patents, and has published over 50 papers and book chapters on key aspects of solid form development.

Her research interests include crystal polymorphism, materials design and engineering, crystal nucleation and growth, structure-property relationships, crystal structure prediction and digital design of drug products. She was elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry in 2018, and currently serves on the CrystEngComm Editorial Board, as a topic editor for Crystal Growth and Design, and is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and the Scientific Advisory Board of the Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre.

 

Browse a slection of Susan’s latest work:

Accuracy and reproducibility in crystal structure prediction: the curious case of ROY
Jonas Nyman, Lian Yu and Susan M. Reutzel-Edens
CrystEngComm, 2019, 21, 2080-2088
DOI: 10.1039/C8CE01902A, Paper

A random forest model for predicting crystal packing of olanzapine solvates
Rajni M. Bhardwaj, Susan M. Reutzel-Edens, Blair F. Johnston and Alastair J. Florence
CrystEngComm, 2018, 20, 3947-3950
DOI: 10.1039/C8CE00261D, Communication

Can computed crystal energy landscapes help understand pharmaceutical solids?
Sarah L. Price, Doris E. Braun and Susan M. Reutzel-Edens
Chem. Commun., 2016, 52, 7065-7077
DOI: 10.1039/C6CC00721J, Feature Article

Facts and fictions about polymorphism
Aurora J. Cruz-Cabeza, Susan M. Reutzel-Edens and Joel Bernstein
Chem. Soc. Rev., 2015, 44, 8619-8635
DOI: 10.1039/C5CS00227C, Review Article

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1st International Conference on Noncovalent Interactions

ICNI 2019, 1st International Conference on Noncovalent Interactions

 

Have you read our cross-journal web collection celebrating the 1st International Conference on Noncovalent Interactions yet? With articles from CrystEngComm, Dalton Transactions, New Journal of Chemistry,  RSC Advances, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Chemical Science, ChemComm and more, this collection is not one to miss!

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Noncovalent interactions (hydrogen, aerogen, halogen, chalcogen, pnictogen, tetrel and icosagen bonds, as well as cation-π, anion-π, lone pair-π, π-π stacking, agostic, pseudo-agostic, anagostic, dispersion-driven, lipophilic, etc.) concern weak forces of attraction formed between different molecules (intermolecular) or fragments of the same molecule (intramolecular). While these weak interactions were firstly taken into consideration by van der Waals in 1873, the understanding of their crucial role in synthesis, catalysis, crystal engineering, pharmaceutical design, molecular biology, molecular recognition, materials, etc. has been increasingly explored in the last few decades.

Thus, it is timely to establish a general/regular series of International Conferences on Noncovalent Interactions (ICNI), the first of which is to be held on 2-6 September 2019 in Lisbon. The conference aims to bring together scientists from around the world working on this field in order to exchange ideas, discuss recent advances and future directions/plans.

Guest-Edited by Kamran T Mahmudov and Armando J L Pombeiro, this collection brings together previous papers as well as new articles celebrating noncovalent interactions. Remember to check back regularly to see our latest articles up to and after the conference takes place!

 

Browse a collection of our latest articles today:

Chirality-dependent halogen bonds in axially chiral quinazolin-4-one derivatives bearing ortho-halophenyl groups
Tomomi Imai, Erina Niijima, Shumpei Terada, Alicja Wzorek, Vadim A. Soloshonok, Akiko Hori and Osamu Kitagawa
CrystEngComm, 2019, 21, 3385-3389
DOI: 10.1039/C9CE00320G, Communication

[2+2] Halogen-bonded boxes employing azobenzenes
Esther Nieland, Thomas Topornicki, Tom Kunde and Bernd M. Schmidt
Chem. Commun., 2019, 55, 8768-8771
DOI: 10.1039/C9CC03061A, Communication

Analysis of energies of halogen and hydrogen bonding interactions in the solid state structures of vanadyl Schiff base complexes
Snehasish Thakur, Michael G. B. Drew, Antonio Franconetti, Antonio Frontera and Shouvik Chattopadhyay
RSC Adv., 2019, 9, 4789-4796
DOI: 10.1039/C8RA09947B, Paper

Organocatalysis by a multidentate halogen-bond donor: an alternative to hydrogen-bond based catalysis
Manomi D. Perera and Christer B. Aakeröy
New J. Chem., 2019, 43, 8311-8314
DOI: 10.1039/C9NJ01404G, Paper

Tetra-, hexa- and octanuclear copper hydride complexes supported by tridentate phosphine ligands
Takayuki Nakajima, Kanako Nakamae, Rika Hatano, Kaho Imai, Masafumi Harada, Yasuyuki Ura and Tomoaki Tanase
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 12050-12059
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT02467K, Paper

Correlation of the partial charge-transfer and covalent nature of halogen bonding with the THz and IR spectral changes
Hajime Torii
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, 21, 17118-17125
DOI: 10.1039/C9CP02747E, Paper

On the importance of antiparallel π–π interactions in the solid state of isatin-based hydrazides
Muhammad Naeem Ahmed, Maryam Arif, Farah Jabeen, Haroon Ahmed Khan, Khawaja Ansar Yasin, Muhammad Nawaz Tahir, Antonio Franconetti and Antonio Frontera
New J. Chem., 2019, 43, 8122-8131
DOI: 10.1039/C9NJ00405J, Paper

 

Have any queries about publishing with CrystEngComm, Dalton Transactions or New Journal of Chemistry? Our Deputy Editor Mike Andrews will be attending in September so don’t forget to say hello.

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The Effects of Extreme Conditions on Molecular Solids

Have you read our latest themed collection on ‘The effects of extreme conditions on molecular solids’?

 

Guest-edited by Iain D. H. Oswald and Christine M. Beavers, this collection delves into the realm of high pressure and celebrates the advances that have been made over the past few years. The breadth of systems investigated in this issue demonstrate an increase in complexity as well as the advancements in techniques that have enabled this to occur.

Iain D. H. Oswald and Christine M. Beavers, effects of extreme conditions on molecular solids, CrystEngComm, RSC

 

Read the full collection online here or browse a selection of articles below:

 

The high-pressure and low-temperature structural behaviour of 2,2,2-trifluoroethanol
S. A. Barnett and D. R. Allan
CrystEngComm, 2019, 21, 4501-4506
DOI: 10.1039/C9CE00485H, Paper

High-pressure polymorphism in L-threonine between ambient pressure and 22 GPa
Nico Giordano, Christine M. Beavers, Konstantin V. Kamenev, William G. Marshall, Stephen A. Moggach, Simon D. Patterson, Simon J. Teat, John E. Warren, Peter A. Wood and Simon Parsons
CrystEngComm, 2019, 21, 4444-4456
DOI: 10.1039/C9CE00388F, Paper

A structural exploration of anisole accessed through extreme crystallisation conditions
Ellie Louvain Smith, Joe Ridout, Jonathan David Sellars and Michael Richard Probert
CrystEngComm, 2019, 21, 4422-4426
DOI: 10.1039/C9CE00870E, Communication

High-pressure crystallisation studies of biodiesel and methyl stearate
X. Liu, C. L. Bull, A. K. Kleppe, P. J. Dowding, K. Lewtas and C. R. Pulham
CrystEngComm, 2019, 21, 4427-4436
DOI: 10.1039/C9CE00393B, Paper

 

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Reviewer Recommended and Highlight Collections: Online now!

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We have just updated our reviewer recommend ‘HOT articles’ & our cummulative 2019 Highlights collections.

We update our HOT articles collection quarterly and make the selected articles free to access for 6 weeks! This collection represents the top 10% of research published in CrystEngComm between April – June 2019.

Make the most of the free to access period by browsing the collection today!

Why not start here:

 

On the prevalence of smooth polymorphs at the nanoscale: implications for pharmaceuticals
Ana M. Belenguer, Aurora J. Cruz-Cabeza, Giulio I. Lampronti and Jeremy K. M. Sanders
CrystEngComm, 2019, 21, 2203-2211
DOI: 10.1039/C8CE02098A, Paper

A new dynamic framework with direct in situ visualisation of breathing under CO2 gas pressure
Phumile Sikiti, Charl X. Bezuidenhout, Dewald P. van Heerdena and Leonard J. Barbour
CrystEngComm, 2019, 21, 3415-3419
DOI: 10.1039/C9CE00418A, Paper

 

Our 2019 Highlights collection pulls together all of the reviews published in CrystEngComm throughout the year. Remember to check back to read our latest articles!

These two articles are already getting plenty of citations:

 

High pressure: a complementary tool for probing solid-state processes
Boris A. Zakharov and Elena V. Boldyreva
CrystEngComm, 2019, 21, 10-22
DOI: 10.1039/C8CE01391H, Highlight

ReS2-Based electrode materials for alkali-metal ion batteries
Xuan Xie, Minglei Mao, Shihan Qi and Jianmin Ma
CrystEngComm, 2019, 21, 3755-3769
DOI: 10.1039/C9CE00531E, Highlight

 

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Congratulations to the RSC Prize Winners at 4th Annual UK Porous Materials Conference!

The Annual UK Porous Materials Conference (UKPorMat), now in its 4th year, was held at Cardiff University on the 1st and 2nd of July 2019. The meeting, organised and chaired by the committee members of the RSC Porous Materials Interest Group, aims to bring together researchers working in the expanding field of porous materials, which includes metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), covalent-organic frameworks (COFs), porous organic cages, porous organic polymers, polymers of intrinsic microporosity and much more.

The Royal Society of Chemistry was delighted to be a part of the event, sponsoring a number of poster and talk prizes:

•  Alexander Thom (University of Glasgow) was awarded the CrystEngComm Poster Prize
•  Giulia Schukraft (Imperial College London) was awarded the ChemComm Poster Prize
•  Iona Doig (University of Southampton) was awarded the Materials Horizons Poster Prize
•  Alex James (University of Sheffield) was awarded the Chemical Science Prize for Best Talk

Congratulations to all of the prize winners!

 

Royal Society of Chemistry Poster Prize Winner Alexander Thom CrystEngComm Royal Society of Chemistry Poster Prize Winner
Alexander Thom (left) receiving the CrystEngComm Poster Prize from Ross Forgan (right) Iona Doig (right) receiving the Materials Horizons prize from Chris Harding (left)
Royal Society of Chemistry Poster Prize Winner Royal Society of Chemistry Prize Winners
Alex James (left) receiving the Chemical Science prize from Chris Harding (right) Prize winners at the close of the 4th Annual UK Porous Materials meeting ( Cardiff, 1-2 July 2019)

 

Special thanks go to the organizers and committee members of the RSC Porous Materials Interest Group:

Dr Thomas Bennett (University of Cambridge)
Dr Andrea Laybourn (University of Nottingham)
Dr Ross Forgan (University of Glasgow)
Dr Darren Bradshaw (University of Southampton)
Dr Tim Easun (Cardiff University)
Dr Timothy Johnson (Johnson Matthey Technology Centre)
Professor Tina Düren

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Welcome to our new Associate Editors: Susan Bourne & C. Malla Reddy

A warm welcome to both Professor Susan Bourne and Professor C. Malla Reddy who start as Associate Editors for CrystEngComm this month!

Susan Bourne, University of Cape Town, CrystEngComm Associate Editor, Royal Society of ChemistrySusan Bourne is the Professor of Physical Chemistry at the University of Cape Town. Her PhD, obtained at the University of Cape Town, was a study of organic inclusion compounds undertaken under the supervision of Professor Luigi Nassimbeni.

Her research interests include the application of physicochemical methods to inclusion compounds and crystal engineering of metal-organic materials, all with the aim of correlating solid-state structure with physical properties and reactivity. She has published over 120 papers and has supervised 20 postgraduate students. She is the chair of the Structural Chemistry Commission of the International Union of Crystallography, and is a Fellow of the University of Cape Town.

Browse a selection of work published by Susan:

Conformational chiral polymorphism in cis-bis-triphenylphosphine complexes of transition metals
Never Tshabang, Gaone P. Makgatle, Susan A. Bourne, Nina Kann, Jack D. Evans, François-Xavier Coudert and Lars Öhrström
CrystEngComm, 2018, 20, 5137-5142
DOI: 10.1039/ C8CE00337H, Paper

Unravelling chromism in metal–organic frameworks
Gift Mehlana and Susan A. Bourne
CrystEngComm, 2017, 19, 4238-4259
DOI: 10.1039/ C7CE00710H, Highlight

Selectivity of aliphatic alcohols by host–guest chemistry
Nicole M. Sykes, Hong Su, Edwin Weber, Susan A. Bourne and Luigi R. Nassimbeni
CrystEngComm, 2017, 19, 3682-3688
DOI: 10.1039/ C7CE00736A, Paper

C Malla Reddy, (IISER) Kolkata , CrystEngComm Associate Editor, Royal Society of ChemistryProfessor C. Malla Reddy (Hyderabad, India, 09 Feb 1975) works in the Department of Chemical Sciences, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) Kolkata (2008 – present). He received his PhD in Crystal Engineering in 2006 from University of Hyderabad, and took up Post-Doctoral Research at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany (2007 – 2008). He has been an Honorary Visiting Scientist at the University of Bradford (2015 – 18), a recipient of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Mobility Grant, the Distinguished Lectureship Award from the Chemical Society of Japan (2017) and the Swarnajayanti Fellowship from the Department of Science and Technology, India. He is a Co-editor of Acta Crystallogr. B and has served as an Associate Editor for RSC Advances during 2015-16 as well as part of our Advisory Board here at CrystEngComm. He also served on the Local Organizing Committee of IUCr2017@Hyderabad, India.

His research group is engaged in understanding mechanical properties of organic solids, including pharmaceutical and optoelectronic crystals. Some of his well known contributions include the discovery of flexible elastic and plastic organic crystals and designing flexible crystals using Supramolecular Shape Synthons. He has published over 90 research articles.

 

Browse a selection of work published by Malla:

 

Tuning mechanical behaviour by controlling the structure of a series of theophylline co-crystals
Shubhangi Kakkar, Biswajit Bhattacharya, C. Malla Reddy and Soumyajit Ghosh
CrystEngComm, 2018, 20, 1101-1109
DOI: 10.1039/C7CE01915G, Paper

Reaction time dependent formation of Pd(II) and Pt(II) complexes of bis(methyl)thiasalen podand
Pradip Kr. Dutta, Snigdha Panda, G. Rama Krishna, C. Malla Reddy and Sanjio S. Zade
Dalton Transactions, 2013, 42, 476-483
DOI: 10.1039/C2DT31630G, Paper

Direct correlation among crystal structure, mechanical behaviour and tabletability in a trimorphic molecular compound
Partha Pratim Bag, Miles Chen, Changquan Calvin Sun and C. Malla Reddy
CrystEngComm, 2012, 14, 3865-3867
DOI: 10.1039/ C2CE25100K, Communication

Submit your research or reviews to Susan & Malla today, they will be delighted to receive them!

See our author guidelines for information on our article types or find out more about the advantages of publishing in a Royal Society of Chemistry journal.

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Congratulations to the CrystEngComm poster prize winners at British Crystallographic Association Spring Meeting 2019

The 2019 British Crystallographic Association Spring meeting was held at the University of Nottingham on Monday 15th – Thursday 18th April. The British Crystallographic Association was formed in 1982 and is the UK national association for crystallography. It is made up of four subject based groups: biological structures; chemical crystallography; industrial applications & physical crystallography, and the interdisciplinary Young Crystallographers group. With over 600 members, the BCA’s primary aims work to promote crystallography in research and the education of young people in the methods, possibilites and achievements of crystallographic science.

The annual Spring Meeting brings together all four subject groups and the Young Crystallographers group for a three day conference in the UK to encourage a strong interaction and exchange of ideas among post-graduate students and members.

Georgia Scurfield, University of Oxford, CrystEngComm Poster Prize Winner

 

CrystEngComm sponsored two poster prizes at this year’s meeting which were awarded to:

Georgia Scurfield, University of Oxford, for the poster entitled:

Furthering our understanding of modulation in molecular structures

Aneesa Al-Ani, University of Bath, for the poster entitled:

Engineering a new access route to metastable polymorphs with electrical confinement for enhanced pharmaceutical properties

 

The winners received a journal certificate and a book voucher.

CrystEngComm sends hearty congratulations to the winners!

Georgia Scurfield pictured receiving her certificate from Iain Oswald, Chair of The Crystallography Group

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