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Updating the SCANZ Constitution
Members will shortly be asked to vote on updates to the SCANZ consitution. For reference, a copy of the existing official constitution can be found here.
CODATA Prize 2014 awarded to Prof Syd Hall
Congratulations to UWA Emeritus Professor, and Bush Crystallographer, Syd Hall on being awarded the 2014 CODATA Prize. The prize is a major biennial award which acknowledges outstanding achievement in the world of scientific and technical data. Syd will attend the SciDataCon 2014 in New Delhi to receive the prize.
SCANZ Poster Prizes at COMBIO
Congratulations to Sahil Balotra, Amy McGrath and Gabrielle Watson who all received SCANZ poster prizes at the recent COMBIO meeting.
Thanks to Aaron Oakley, Luke Guddat and Colin Jackson for organising and judging.
IUCr Crystallographic Computing School
As of 20/5/2014 there are still places available at the IUCr Crystallographic Computing School at Ottawa, July 29 - Aug 4.
The School is intended for senior postgraduates and postdocs in all areas of crystallography (including macro- and small-molecule crystallography, powder diffraction, and small-angle scattering) who may want to become involved in software development, but lack experience in this.
IUCr Sponsored workshop
Interested in "Symmetry Relationships between Crystal Structures with Application to Structural Phase Transitions"? Go to http://www.iitbhu.ac.in/conferences/mst/IUCr/ to find out more about this IUCr-sponsored workshop at Varanasi, India, October 27-31.
Bragg and Mathieson Medals Awarded at Crystal 29
Congratulations to Syd Hall and Marc Kvansakul for being awarded the prestigious Lawrence Bragg Medal and Sandy Mathieson Medal. Look here for details.
CRYSTAL29 - 2014 - Gold Coast
We are pleased to announce that the CRYSTAL29 SCANZ Conference will be held between 22 and 25 April 2014 at O'Reilly's Rainforest Retreat in the Lamington National Park in the Gold Coast Hinterland in Queensland (http://www.oreillys.com.au/). Click here for details.
[SCANZ-info] mailing list
We have created an email list, called [SCANZ-info] for communication across the Australia and New Zealand crystallographic community. The SCANZ Council often receives requests to forward information and requests to its members. We have decided that a self-subscription mailing list is the best solution - one where only subscribers to the list are able to post. Please consider joining the list if you are interested in sending or receiving emails discussing crystallographic issues, employment opportunities, equipment or expertise requests etc.
Go to: http://maillists.uwa.edu.au/mailman/listinfo/scanz-info and follow the instructions.