The Spring meeting in 2008 was at York.
Crystallography is a vital part of much modern research into the structure and properties of materials ranging across the scientific fields of Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Materials Science and Engineering.
The British Crystallographic Association, formed in 1982, is the UK national association for this important science. With over 900 members representing the huge academic and industrial effort in Crystallography in this country, the BCA has as its prime aims the promotion of crystallography in research and the education of young people and others in the methods, possibilities and achievements of crystallographic science.
Education – for Scientists
The programme of Educational and training activities run by the BCA is extensive.
The 2009 Spring Meeting with the theme of Dynamic Crystallography will be held at the University of Loughborough between Tuesday 21st and Thursday 23rd April 2009, and will have parallel sessions on X-Ray Fluorescence. Click here for programme and registration details.