This year the European Crystsallographic Meeting was hosted in the UK for the first time since 1977. The meeting at the University of Warwick co-incided with the Bragg Centenary and included a fantastic collection of historical artefacts associated with the Braggs including scientific instruments, models, letters, portraits and notebooks organized by Mike Glazer and Pam Thomas.
Contributions originating from Chem. Cryst.¬† included:
Richard I. Cooper
Space groups and symmetry (ECACOMSIG Computing School lecture and workshop)
Alternative criteria for optimal data collection strategy (Talk in the Photocrystallography session)
Molecular Modulated Structures: Rare Today, Ubiquitous Tomorrow? (Talk in Aperiodic Crystals: Structure, Dynamics and Magnetism session)