30 August - 4 September 2009, Berg-en-Dal, Kruger National Park, South Africa

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Invited Speakers

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Alessia Bacchi
University of Parma, Italy
Size and shape influence on inclusion properties of organometallic wheel-and-axle diols

Dave Billing
University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Structure Property correlations in hybrid perovskites

Jan Boeyens
University of Pretoria, South Africa
Molecular shape as emergent property

Susan Bourne
University of Cape Town, South Africa
Solid state phase transformations in crystalline salts

Lee Brammer
University of Sheffield, UK
Reactions of non-porous crystals with gases leading to changes in covalent bonding of coordination compounds

Peter Comba
University of Heidelberg, Germany
Magnetic properties of oligonuclear cyanometalates - Syntheses, magnetism and theory

Robert Deeth
University of Warwick, UK
Molecular modelling for systems containing transition metal centres

Martin Egli
Vanderbild University, USA
Structuring Circadian Time: The Cogs and Gears of a Molecular Clockwork

Gernot Frenking
University of Marburg, Germany
Molecules with unusual bonds - a challenge for theory and experiment

Shunichi Fukuzumi
University of Osaka, Japan
Supramolecular electron transfer

Graeme Hanson
University of Queensland, Australia
Multifrequency EPR Spectroscopy: A Toolkit for the Characterisation of Mono- and Dinuclear Metal Ion Centres in Complex Biological Systems.

Gus Hart
Brigham Young University, USA
Finding Nature's missing structures: using combinatorial techniques and first principles calculations to find new structures.

Sine Larsen
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Interactions between chiral molecules; What can we learn from accurate X-ray diffraction data?

Mike Lawrence
Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Australia
Receptor surprises - how crystallography relates structure to function

Sven Lidin
University of Stockholm, Sweden
What does function have to do with incommensurability?

Helder Marques
University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Molecular modelling and insights into biochemistry: how quinoline antimalarials work

Kevin Naidoo
University of Cape Town, South Africa
The free energy of molecular association: implications for liquids, macromolecules and crystals

Frank Neese
University of Bonn, Germany
Insight into the reativity of mononuclear nonheme iron centers

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