Resources & Links of Interest

It is important to the ACA that information and resources regarding crystallography and the surrounding sciences be available to everyone.  The following is a collection of resources for anyone interested in science and crystallography.  


About Crystallography

Crystallography Frontiers: How Chemistry Reveals the Wonder of Everyday Materials
Symmetry and Space Group Tutorial (Jerry P. Jasinski & Bruce M. Foxman)
International Union of Crystallography (IUCr) teaching pamphlets
Kevin Cowtan's Book of Fourier and The Interactive Structure Factor Tutorial
Difference Patterson Tutorial (Charles Brenner, Thomas Jefferson University)
Crystallography 101 by Bernard Rupp (maintained at LLNL) 


Educational Links

Careers In Crystallography
Crystallographic Tutorials (Mike Sawayas)
The Comic Book Periodic Table of the Elements
ICE Institute for Chemical Education
WebElements periodic table of the elements
Journal of Chemical Education Online
NCUR - National Conferences on Undergraduate Research
The Chemistry Place


Online Courses

Webinar: XFEL for membrane protein structure determination on crystals grown from LCP


Teaching Crystallography

Teaching Mineralogy with Crystal Structure Databases and Visualization Software
Animations of Physical Processes
How to see in stereo
CHEM 832 : Solid State Structural Methods
Snow Crystals

 Crystallographers' Resources

YSSIG/BIOMAC Blackboard Sessions
The RCSB Protein Databank (PDB)
The Nucleic Acid Database
The Entrez Browser at the National Center for Biotechnology Information
Cambridge Structural Database
How to Create an Impactful Poster