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Program Management System - 21st BCCE - Applications of the Cambridge Structural Database in Undergraduate Education and Research

Workshop Title: Applications of the Cambridge Structural Database in Undergraduate Education and Research
Descrption: The Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) serves as the worldwide repository of small-molecule crystal structure data. As such, this unique database of over half a million molecules is a crucially important resource for undergraduate education and research. An on-line database, the CSD enables students to visualize and manipulate molecules in 3D, and provides the opportunity to work with real measured data. Attend this hands-on workshop and learn how chemical knowledge extracted from the CSD is currently being used to enhance learning throughout the chemistry curriculum. A range of student assignments and class activities that utilise this major scientific resource will also be demonstrated.
Program: 21st BCCE
Leader: Gary Battle
CoLeaders:
Commercial: Yes
Number of times to offer workshop: twice
Day: half day
Fee: $10
Minimum Participants: 10
Maximum Participants: 20
Room: CHEM 232
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Extra Information: This would be a hands-on workshop and require a room with computers which have internet access. Diana Mason, and Professor Richmond from UNT have indicated that the Chemistry Building at UNT has a nice computer lab that could be used for this purpose. I understand the room seats around 20 participants, we may therefore wish to run the workshop twice depending on interest. We would also need a projector and screen for leading the workshop activities.
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