Twenty-First Congress and General Assembly of the IUCr

Osaka, Japan

23 August - 31 August 2008


PL 1: Carbon nanotubes. Session Chair: Tomitake Tsukihara.
Plenary Lecture
PL 1: Carbon nanotubes. Sumio Iijima.
Plenary Lecture
PL 1: Carbon nanotubes. Sumio Iijima.
Plenary Lecture
PL 1: Carbon nanotubes. Sumio Iijima.
Plenary Lecture
PL 1: Carbon nanotubes. Sumio Iijima.
Plenary Lecture
PL 1: Carbon nanotubes. Audience.
Plenary Lecture
PL 1: Carbon nanotubes. Audience.
Plenary Lecture
PL 1: Carbon nanotubes. Audience.
Plenary Lecture
PL 1: Carbon nanotubes. Sumio Iijima.
Plenary Lecture
PL 1: Carbon nanotubes. Audience.
Plenary Lecture
PL 1: Carbon nanotubes. Audience.
Plenary Lecture
PL 1: Carbon nanotubes. Philip Coppens.
Plenary Lecture
L. D. Marks, Chair of Commission on Electron Crystallography.
Gjønnes Medal Award
L. D. Marks, Jon Gjønnes.
Gjønnes Medal Award
The Gjønnes Medal in Electron Crystallography recognizes an outstanding contribution to the field of electron crystallography. The award is accompanied by a certificate and funding to present an invited Keynote Lecture at the triennial International Congress of Crystallography. The award is named in honour of its first recipient, Professor Jon Gjønnes of the University of Oslo.
Gjønnes Medal Award
PL 1: Carbon nanotubes.
Plenary Lecture
PL 1: Carbon nanotubes.
Plenary Lecture
PL 1: Carbon nanotubes.
Plenary Lecture
PL 2: NMR in solution and X-ray diffraction in crystals for postgenomic biology. Session Chair Eddy Arnold.
Plenary Lecture
PL 2: NMR in solution and X-ray diffraction in crystals for postgenomic biology. Kurt Wüthrich.
Plenary Lecture
PL 2: NMR in solution and X-ray diffraction in crystals for postgenomic biology. Kurt Wüthrich.
Plenary Lecture
PL 2: NMR in solution and X-ray diffraction in crystals for postgenomic biology. Kurt Wüthrich.
Plenary Lecture
PL 2: NMR in solution and X-ray diffraction in crystals for postgenomic biology. Audience.
Plenary Lecture
PL 2: NMR in solution and X-ray diffraction in crystals for postgenomic biology. Audience.
Plenary Lecture
KN 1: What Protein Data Bank tells us about the past, present and future of structural biology. Session Chair: Stephen Burley.
Keynote Lecture
KN 1: What Protein Data Bank tells us about the past, present and future of structural biology. David Sayre.
Keynote Lecture
KN 1: What Protein Data Bank tells us about the past, present and future of structural biology. Helen Berman.
Keynote Lecture
KN 1: What Protein Data Bank tells us about the past, present and future of structural biology. Helen Berman.
Keynote Lecture
KN 2: Ab initio powder diffraction studies of organometallics and coordination polymers. Angelo Sironi.
Keynote Lecture
KN 2: Ab initio powder diffraction studies of organometallics and coordination polymers. Angelo Sironi. Question session.
Keynote Lecture
KN 2: Ab initio powder diffraction studies of organometallics and coordination polymers. Angelo Sironi.
Keynote Lecture
KN 3: Growth of silica biomorphs: Self-assembled crystal aggregates with non-crystallographic morphologies. Juan Manuel M Garcia-Ruiz.
Keynote Lecture
KN 3: Growth of silica biomorphs: Self-assembled crystal aggregates with non-crystallographic morphologies. Audience.
Keynote Lecture
KN 3: Growth of silica biomorphs: Self-assembled crystal aggregates with non-crystallographic morphologies. Audience.
Keynote Lecture
KN 3: Growth of silica biomorphs: Self-assembled crystal aggregates with non-crystallographic morphologies. Juan Manuel M Garcia-Ruiz.
Keynote Lecture
KN 4:The role of micrometer sized synchrotron radiation beams in the development of structural biology. Session Chair Soichi Wakatsuki.
Keynote Lecture
KN 4:The role of micrometer sized synchrotron radiation beams in the development of structural biology. Sine Larsen.
Keynote Lecture
KN 4:The role of micrometer sized synchrotron radiation beams in the development of structural biology. Sine Larsen.
Keynote Lecture
KN 4:The role of micrometer sized synchrotron radiation beams in the development of structural biology. Audience.
Keynote Lecture
KN 5: Photochromism of diarylethene single crystals - reversible color and shape changes on photoirradiation. Masahiro Irie.
Keynote Lecture
KN 5: Photochromism of diarylethene single crystals - reversible color and shape changes on photoirradiation. Masahiro Irie.
Keynote Lecture
KN 5: Photochromism of diarylethene single crystals - reversible color and shape changes on photoirradiation. Session Chair K. Ogawa.
Keynote Lecture
KN 5: Photochromism of diarylethene single crystals - reversible color and shape changes on photoirradiation. Masahiro Irie.
Keynote Lecture
KN 5: Photochromism of diarylethene single crystals-reversible color and shape changes on photoirradiation.
Keynote Lecture
KN 5: Photochromism of diarylethene single crystals-reversible color and shape changes on photoirradiation. Elena Boldyreva.
Keynote Lecture
KN 5: Photochromism of diarylethene single crystals-reversible color and shape changes on photoirradiation. Masahiro Irie on right.
Keynote Lecture
KN 5: Photochromism of diarylethene single crystals-reversible color and shape changes on photoirradiation. G. Desiraju, M. Kaftory, Masahiro Irie.
Keynote Lecture
KN 6: Quantum simulations of liquids and solids under pressure: Synergy between theory and experiment. Giula A. Galli.
Keynote Lecture
KN 6: Quantum simulations of liquids and solids under pressure: Synergy between theory and experiment. Session Chair Artem R. Oganov.
Keynote Lecture
KN 6: Quantum simulations of liquids and solids under pressure: Synergy between theory and experiment. Giula A. Galli.
Keynote Lecture

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