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    We are pleased to announce an upcoming themed issue focussing on ionic liquids, with guest editors Mark Muldoon, Peter Nockemann and Cristina Lagunas-Castedo based at Queen’s University, Belfast. It is our pleasure to invite you to contribute to this themed issue. The unique physical and chemical properties of ionic liquids as solvents and the potential to [...]

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    Kay Huai-Ying Hsi and colleagues from Massachusetts Institute of Technology detail a strategy for using co-crystallization as a purification method that could be developed for use during the synthesis and manufacturing of pharmaceutical substances and fine chemicals. This communication will be published as part of a themed issue on crystal engineering and crystallography in the pharmaceutical [...]

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    A team from the United States report their study on the hydrogen bonding motifs in tadalafil cocrystals with the aim to produce a drug with enhanced solubility for better oral drug absorption.  Tadalafil, currently used for the treatment of erectile dysfunction, is being explored as a treatment for pulmonary arterial hypertension so would be more [...]

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    A study into the cocrystals of different cis-carboxamides with carboxylic acids has analysed the tetrameric motifs that occur.  Read the paper while it is free to find out the synthon rules that Cruz-Cabeza and colleagues have come up with: Synthon preferences in cocrystals of cis-carboxamides:carboxylic acids Alaina M. Moragues-Bartolome, William Jones and Aurora J. Cruz-Cabeza CrystEngComm, 2012 DOI: 10.1039/C2CE06241K [...]

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    We are pleased to announce an upcoming CrystEngComm themed issue New Talent Americas, guest edited by Christer Aakeroy. It is our pleasure to invite you to contribute to this themed issue. This special issue will showcase the excellent work being carried out by younger members of the academic community in the Americas and will include contributions [...]

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      CrystEngComm has recently published its latest themed issue in Crystal Engineering and Crystallography in the Pharmaceutical Industry. The issue, guest edited by Magali Hickey (Alkermes), Örn Almarsson (Alkermes) and Matt Peterson (Amgen) highlights the importance of crystal structure in pharmaceutical R&D.With topics ranging from mechanochemistry, co-crystal separation, and polymorph screening, this issue promises to deliver [...]

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    We are pleased to announce an upcoming CrystEngComm themed issue focusing on Nanocrystals, with guest editors Len MacGillivray (University of Iowa), Christoph Janiak (Universität Düsseldorf), and Shu-Hong Yu (University of Science and Technology). This special issue will recognize the recent developments and achievements in the design, synthesis, and application of organic and inorganic nanocrystals. The themed [...]

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    Submissions are now open for the CrystEngComm themed issue: Halogen bond: From self-assembly to materials and biomolecules. The themed issue due to be published in 2013 is being guest edited by William Pennington (Clemson University), Giuseppe Resnati (Politecnico di Milano) and Mark Taylor (University of Toronto). We are looking for manuscripts focused on theoretical and experimental studies [...]

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    A collection of high impact research published in themed issues from ChemComm, PCCP and CrystEngComm.

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    The CrystEngComm Collection ‘New talent: Americas’ as now been published. The issue contains a collection of papers from young talented scientists working in the field of crystal engineering in the Americas, including: Switching between halogen- and hydrogen-bonding in stoichiometric variations of a cocrystal of a phosphine oxide Se Ye Oh, Christopher W. Nickels, Felipe Garcia, William Jones and [...]

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    We will shortly be publishing a themed issue titled “Structural Design of Coordination Polymers” in CrystEngComm. As a taster of what is coming, the following is a selection of articles from the issue that is recommended as HOT by our referees. Self-assembly of a chiral three-dimensional manganese(II)–copper(II) coordination polymer with a double helical architecture Thais Grancha, Clarisse [...]

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    We are delighted to announce that CrystEngComm will be publishing a number of themed issues in 2014. The following two issues are now open for submissions, and we want you to submit your work. Read on if your research lies within these two areas: Structural Macrocyclic Supramolecular Chemistry–deadline 11th November 2013 Functional Co-crystals– deadline 13th January 2014 Details [...]

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    It is 100 years since the Nobel Prize was awarded to the discovery of X-ray diffraction by crystals. Since then, crystallographic techniques have enabled scientists to investigate all sorts of structures—from DNA to computer components. To recognise crystallography’s contributions to science, 2014 has been designated as the International Year of Crystallography (IYCr2014) by the United Nations. A [...]

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    Have you seen the video cover from CrystEngComm?  Illustrating the work published in their CrystEngComm article, Bergström et al. provide us with an overview of the growth process of self-assembled mesocrystals and ordered arrays from iron oxide nanocubes. By using visible light video microscopy, the authors were able to follow the movement of the growth crystal growth front over several [...]

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    Submit your work to the 2014 CrystEngComm themed issue on Colloidal self-assembled supracrystals and heterostructures guest edited by: Professor Marie-Paule Pileni, University P&M Curie, UPMC, Paris. Member of Institut Universitaire de France Dr P. Davide Cozzoli, Università del Salento & National Nanotechnology Laboratory Professor Nicola Pinna, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Colloidal nanochemistry offers the possibility of synthesising nanostructured materials that exhibit novel and/or [...]

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    We are delighted to announce two new CrystEngComm themed issues to be published in 2015: Polymorphism Guest Editors: Professors T.N. Guru Row (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore) and Ashwini Nangia (University of Hyderabad) Deadline: 1st January 2015 Single-Crystal-to-Single-Crystal Transformations Guest Editors: Professors Parimal K. Bharadwaj (Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur) and Panče Naumov (New York University Abu Dhabi) Deadline: 6th January 2015 Fundamentals of [...]

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    We are delighted to announce a new CrystEngComm themed issue to be published in 2016: New Talent Guest Editors: Professor Rahul Banerjee (CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory), Professor Graeme Day (University of Southampton), Professor Tomislav Friščić (McGill University) and Professor Hongjie Zhang (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry). Deadline: 24th December 2015 This themed issue will focus on cutting-edge research [...]

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    We are delighted to announce two new CrystEngComm themed issues to be published in 2017: Metal Organic Framework Catalysis Guest Editors: Professors Christian Doonan and Christopher Sumby (University of Adelaide, Australia) Deadline: 27th February 2017 Covalent Organic Frameworks and Organic Cage Structures Guest Editors: Professors Rahul Banerjee (CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory, India) and Neil Champness (University of Nottingham, […]