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The Cambridge Structural Database reaches 1,000,000 structures. Find out more here.
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Recent webinars include custom feature creation in CSD-CrossMiner, 10 (or so) things you didn't know about Mercury, ultra-large docking; scaling GOLD, and more!
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Available Now. The world's repository for small-molecule crystal structures. Download CSD 2019. Find out more about the latest data updates here.
The AI3SD Network+ (Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Intelligence for Automated Investigations for Scientific Discovery)Network+ is funded by&nbs...
In the year that the CSD hit one million structures, we wanted to highlight and thank some of the most prolific contributors to the database. Our 8th&...
This year’s 3D print contest was one of best so far with eight very impressive entries!
The winner is chosen from all the entries submitted via ...
Arnold L. Rheingold, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of California, is our 8th CSD Hero, currently sitting 3rd in our annual list of most prolific authors in the CSD with over 5,700 entries! #CSDHeroes19 #CSD1Million https://t.co/oJpmRhIdcn https://t.co/ZRCDz0WYN2
A great meeting this November with CCDC's new Scientific Advisory Board! Amazing to get insights from leaders in structural science from academia and industry #structuralscience https://t.co/mZPu5mvUpF
Be the first to find out what's coming up in our 2020.0 release in December, join us for our final CCDC update webinar of 2019! Register your place here: https://t.co/xyldwl4kpW https://t.co/narWYRf81h