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At this meeting no barriers will exist which would prevent the participation of bona fide scientists.Welcome In the XXI-st century crystallography has become the most important experimental method for chemical structure investigations.CANCELLATION POLICY Conference fees will be fully refunded provided that the cancellation request is received no later than 30 April 2017.

By 1903, plans were drafted to convert the system to electric trams, which was done by 1908.

The development mostly stagnated for the next 10 years with only a few short stretches built.

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Hence, the ECS4 Summer School is dedicated to chemists and young crystallographers who would like to master their knowledge of modern X-ray crystallography and/or to improve their experimental capabilities by learning the state-of-the-art methodologies and range of possible applications of crystallography in solving chemical problems in materials science, pharmaceuticals, biomedical, and others.

The program of the school contains substantial part consisting of different ways of validation and interpretation of the results of structure analyses.

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After World War I, the network developed rapidly handling increased traffic and extending to the outskirts of the city with the network reaching the length of 60 kilometres (37 mi) and 757 tram cars in 1939.

In 1927, a privately owned light rail line called EKD (today Warszawska Kolej Dojazdowa) was built, connecting several neighboring towns with the center of Warsaw using electric railcars similar to trams, only larger and more massive, with frequent stops and tracks running along the streets in city; however the system was incompatible with the Warsaw trams as it used standard gauge tracks while the city network still used broad gauge left from Russian times.

forming a part of the city's integrated public transport system organized by the Warsaw Transport Authority.

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