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32nd European Crystallographic Meeting

The 32nd European Crystallographic Meeting (ECM32) will be held in the High-Renaissance main building of the University of Vienna.

ECM32 is setting up an attractive programme covering the latest advances in crystallography and related sciences to attract young and senior scientists as well as companies and the general public.

Language: English
Event Organiser: University of Vienna
Topics:
  • crystallography
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