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CCDC will be attending the Pistoia Alliance 2020 Annual European Conference in March 2020.
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Each year we hold User Group Meetings, or UGMs, as a chance to meet with scientists from all areas of industry and academia who are using our software...
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Following our recent blog on catalysts “Better Catalysts… a Nobel Pursuit”, https://t.co/0uCxcXs0LD this week’s #FeaturedStructureFriday is a catalyst recently published by R. H. Grubbs & co-workers in @Orgmet_ACS, CSD Entry: KUGKAB, https://t.co/FF8YIv4uAl #crystallography https://t.co/QrqULfiypW
RT @FerrenceG: The [BiCl₄]- polyatomic anion in the 2011 @ccdc_cambridge #CSDCommunication https://t.co/GFLJRUovaR entry might not be commo…
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