And here we are at the end, a year since our first post – on the structure that started it all, salt. Three hundred and sixty five structures later (and with only one repeat, did you notice?) we are at the end of the Crystallography 365 project and the end of the International Year of Crystallography. Thank-you for reading all our posts, and we hope that they have expanded your crystallography horizons somewhat.
We’re thinking about the legacy for the project, if nothing else we’ll make sure all the structure pictures we’ve drawn make it to Wikipedia, upping the amount of crystal structures there. We’ll make sure all the structures we found that weren’t in the Crystallography Open Database (or any other) head that way soon. We hope that it will be a good teaching resource and a museum to the diversity of crystallography.
Thanks for reading!