Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry
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Edited By: Dr James Keeler
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2014: NMR of Liquid Crystals
Within this supplement issue experts publish their new NMR methodologies for the analysis of small organic molecules oriented in weak alignment media. An emerging field with room for new discoveries and developments, readers will be inspired to bring this knowledge into their everyday work.
2011: EPR Spectroscopy
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Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry Awards
Congratulations to Alexander Braecher for his MRC sponsored PANIC 2015 best poster prize:
"Multiple Applications of a Fully Thermostatted Online NMR Probe for Reaction and Process Monitoring"
Brad Moores, for his talk on:
"Chemically selective spin signal multiplexing with Magnetic Resonance Force Microscopy"
Pascal Fricke, Institute of Molecular Pharmacology in Berlin (FMP), for his talk:
"SSNMR studies on the T3SS needle protein MxiH using proton detection and ultrafast magic angle spinning"
Bjorn Burmann, for his talk:
"Conformation and dynamics of the periplasmic membrane-protein-chaperone complexes OmpX-Skp and tOmpA-Skp"
Established in 2006, the Magnetic
Resonance in Chemistry Award
for Young Scientists, goes to outstanding
researchers under the age of 40 working
with NMR spectroscopy in analytical chemistry within industry or academia in
any part of the world.
Congratulations, also, to You (Joy) Zhuo, Khan Hekmatyar, and James H. Prestegard at the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center, University of Georgia for winning this year's SMASHPoster Prize for their paper:
|Joy and her team win a free year's subscription to Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry.|