3D Printing & Open Access Databases for Crystallographic College EducationPhysics Faculty Publications and Presentations
SponsorFunding: National Science Foundation (most recent NEU: Nano-Science & Engineering: A STE Minor with General Education, EEC-1242197), NorthWest Academic Computing Consortium, Portland State University, Research Council of Lithuania, PANalytical, Crystal Impact,
- Crystallography Open Database (COD),
- Crystallography -- Study and teaching (Higher),
- Three-dimensional printing -- Applications in crystallography,
- Open access databases
AbstractPresentation gives an overview of available open access databases of crystals and crystal structures, as well as discussions of how newly developed 3D printing technologies can be used to teach crystallography at the college level. Offers advice regarding conversion of crystallographic information files to 3D printing files, and shares news from the 3D printing of crystallographic models community.
Citation InformationMoeck, P.; Stone-Sundberg, J.; Snyder, T.J.; Kaminsky, W.; Gražulis, S.; and all members of the International Advisory Board of the Crystallography Open Database, "3D printing & open access databases for crystallographic college education," IUCr 23rd Congress on Crystallography, Montreal, Canada, 2014.