|If you are looking for the LMB's home page, it's here|
|All the MOSFLM stuff can be accessed from here
The most up-to-date version of the MOSFLM User Guide.
The most recent version of iMosflm.
Phil Evans programs - Scala, Aimless, Pointless. Most recent versions, with links back to 2003.
The principal organisation involved with education and promotion of
Crystallography within the British Isles is the
British Crystallographic Association.
It caters for Crystallography in different fields of science -
Industrial Crystallography and
Physical Crystallography. The interests of
Young Crystallographers in all these disciplines are catered
for in their own Group.
The BCA will not be holding an annual meeting in the Spring of 2013; instead, it will host the European Crystallographic Meeting at Warwick University from 25th to 29th August 2013.
Each of the Groups organises their own meetings in the Autumn and Winter; these meetings address particular issues of current importance and interest.
Membership of the BCA entitles the member to reduced rates of attendance at meetings of both the BCA and of all its Groups; student and post-doctoral members can apply for generous bursaries to help cover the cost of attending relevant meetings both in the UK and abroad.
In Europe and Africa, the regional interests of Crystallography come within the
purview of the European Crystallographic
Association. The ECA organizes a meeting every year in which there is no
From 25th to 29th August 2013, BCA will host the European Crystallographic Meeting (ECM28) at Warwick University.
I am currently the Chairman of the ECA's Special Interest Group in Crystallographic Computing - "SIG9" or "ECACOMSIG", and am looking after their web-pages, which have some information about activities and sources of crystallographic software.
ECACOMSIG will hold a workshop on an Introduction to Software Development for Crystallographers prior to ECM28.
|The Global umbrella organization for the National and Regional Crystallographic Associations is the International Union of Crystallography, which has operated since 1948. As well as holding a Congress and General Assembly every three years (the next will be held in Montreal, Canada, from 5th - 12th August 2014), the IUCr publishes scientific journals and books on the topic.|
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