Twentieth Congress and General Assembly of the IUCr

Florence, Italy

23 August - 31 August 2005


KN 1: A theoretician's view of crystallography. Roald Hoffmann.
Keynote Lecture
KN 1: A theoretician's view of crystallography. Session Chair Joel Bernstein.
Keynote Lecture
Roald Hoffmann, Ivano Bertini, Antonio Tiripicchio.
Sacconi Medal
Roald Hoffmann receives the 2005 Sacconi Medal from Ivano Bertini. The Inorganic Chemistry Division of the Italian Chemical Society together with the Luigi Sacconi Foundation, on the occasion of the annual meeting of the Division, awards the Luigi Sacconi Medal to a scientist (Italian or foreigner) who has obtained particularly significant results in Inorganic Chemistry, the field in which Luigi Sacconi gave outstanding contributions.
Sacconi Medal
KN 2: Structure and recognition in the BARS/CtBP-dependent transcription regulation. Martino Bolognesi.
Keynote Lecture
KN 2: Structure and recognition in the BARS/CtBP-dependent transcription regulation. Session Chair Dusan Turk.
Keynote Lecture
KN 3: Ion pumping by Ca2+-ATPase of sarcoplasmic reticulum. Chikashi Totoshima.
Keynote Lecture
KN 3: Ion pumping by Ca2+-ATPase of sarcoplasmic reticulum. Session Chair Giuseppe Inesi.
Keynote Lecture
KN 5: Single-particle diffraction. Audience (Bill Duax in foreground).
Keynote Lecture
KN 5: Single-particle diffraction. David Sayre.
Keynote Lecture
KN 5: Single-particle diffraction. Session Chair John Spence.
Keynote Lecture
KN 6: Elucidating the structures of nanoporous microcrystals. Lynne McCusker.
Keynote Lecture
KN 7: Structure analysis of modulated crystals: trends and tendencies. Vaclav Petricek.
Keynote Lecture
KN 8: High-throughput technologies in structural biology. Raymond Stevens.
Keynote Lecture
KN 8: High-throughput technologies in structural biology. Session Chair M. Vijayan.
Keynote Lecture
KN 9: Structure solution of pharmaceutical compounds from powder diffraction data. Peter Stephens.
Keynote Lecture
KN 10: Quasicrystal structure analysis: the state of the art. Akiji Yamamoto.
Keynote Lecture
KN 11: Structure of protein assemblies by comparative modeling and electron microscopy. Session Chair Douglas Ohlendorf.
Keynote Lecture
KN 11: Structure of protein assemblies by comparative modeling and electron microscopy. Andrej Sali.
Keynote Lecture
KN 12: Quantum mechanical simulation of the vibrational properties of garnets. Roberto Dovesi.
Keynote Lecture

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