Tickets are selling fast and we don’t want you to miss out so

book your tickets quick!

If you don’t know already, Crystal-A-Con is hosted at the

Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.

The sessions available to book are:

Friday 25 August PM: 1:00pm – 5:00pm

Saturday 26 August: 8:30am – 12:30pm

Please note, Friday 25 August is designated for school groups and Saturday 26 August is designated for the general public.

🌟 Book Tickets Here 🌟

Find out all the details on our new Crystal-A-Con webpage here.  

T-shirts, get your t-shirts!

Orders have now opened to purchase awesome Bragg inspired t-shirts.

Not after Bragg? Don’t worry, we also have Hodgkin and Franklin designs! To make a purchase, click on the link below or contact

Pre-orders close Monday 19 June.

I want a t-shirt

What is Trigonal all about?

Meet Bryce who is running the Trigonal activity at Crystal-a-Con. Bryce will introduce you to patterns from all around the world and show you their connection to culture.

Watch the video below to see what Trigonal is all about.

Making Crystallography Crystal Clear

We asked some local scientists how they use crystallography.

Watch part 1 of our 3 part video here.

Tweets of the Week





Had a few days at the beach, found some excellent pattern's there



We just love this #BraggYourPattern - Rachel is a meteorite scientist who knitted a jumper inspired by her research!


Giants Causeway (Northern Ireland) - stunning! ... #braggyourpattern



Inspired by the awesome tweets of @stecanossa, here is a Fourier transform of the aperiodic square-triangle tiling.





A delicious way to explore 'the hat' a 2D tile that makes a pattern that never repeats - very recently discovered by mathematicians


Share in the Pattern Fun By

Posting a pattern on socials and tag #BraggYourPattern

Following us on Twitter and Instagram @EverydayCrystallography

Forwarding this newsletter to friends and colleagues who may be

interested in patterns, crystals, STEM initiatives, classroom activities.

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