The Laboratory of Molecular Biology
|If you are looking for the LMB's home page, it's here
Data processing software
|The most recent version of iMosflm - most people should go directly to here.|
|All the MOSFLM stuff can be accessed from here|
|The most up-to-date version of the MOSFLM User Guide.|
|MOSFLM FAQ and problem pages.|
|Phil Evans programs - Scala, Aimless, Pointless. Most recent versions, with links back to 2003.|
International Year of Crystallography - 2014
|UNESCO designated 2014 as the International Year of Crystallography. Events were held throughout the year, with the climax at the IUCr's Congress and General Assembly in Montreal, Canada.|
|I am currently involved with several different Crystallographic organisations.
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.
Next year's Annual BCA Meeting will be held at the University of Nottingham from Monday 4th April - Thursday 7th April 2016
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
This year's European Crystallographic Meeting was held in Rovinj, Croatia from Sunday 23rd - Friday 28th August.
Next year's European Crystallographic Meeting will be held in Basel, Switzerland, from Sunday 28th August to Thursday 1st September 2016.
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.
Next year, ECACOMSIG is planning to hold another workshop on software development (details to be decided) near the main ECM over two full days + two half days (to allow for travel), starting on the evening of Thursday 25th August and finishing around lunchtime on Sunday 28th August.
The Global umbrella organization for the National and Regional Crystallographic
Associations is the
International Union of Crystallography, which has operated since 1948.
The IUCr's Commission on Crystallographic Computing (of which I am Chairman) is planning to hold a Computing School at the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore, India in 2017 before the General Assembly.
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