Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry
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MRC Award for Young Scientists
About the Award
The MRC Award for Young Scientists, established in 2006, is open 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. The Award will be presented annually at the EUROMAR conference and judged by the respective scientific committee. The Awardees will give a Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry Award Lecture at the appropriate sessions of conference, and receive a certificate and a cheque for 500 Euros.
Thomas Theis: Enhancing sabre with microtesla fields: Broadly applicable, >10,000 fold direct heteronuclear signal enhancement with >20 minute signal lifetimes
Anne Fages: Magnetic Resonance detection of lymphatic breast cancer metastasis in xenograft model by hyperpolarized 13C-pyruvate
Krzysztof Kazimierczuk. Dynamic non-uniform sampling
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Brad Moores: "Chemically selective spin signal multiplexing with Magnetic Resonance Force Microscopy"
Pascal Fricke: Institute of Molecular Pharmacology in Berlin (FMP): "SSNMR studies on the T3SS needle protein MxiH using proton detection and ultrafast magic angle spinning"
Bjorn Burmann: "Conformation and dynamics of the periplasmic membrane-protein-chaperone complexes OmpX-Skp and tOmpA-Skp"
Francois-Xavier Theillet for In-cell dynamics, interactions and structural features of the human amyloidogenic protein alpha-synuclein
John Blanchard for Developments in zero-field nmr for chemical analysis
Olivier Lafon for Nanostructured materials: an ariadne’s thread to understand dynamic nuclear polarization
Till Biskup for Cryptochromes: Potential compass molecules with an unexpected variety of electron transfer pathways
Katja Petzold for Excited States in RNA Using Relaxation Dispersion NMR – a General Behaviour?
Jean-Nicolas Dumez for Multidimensional pulses and spatially encoded magnetic resonance
Maria-Teresa Tuerke, Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Germany
Ilia Kaminker, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Sami Jannin, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland
Mathilde Giffard, CEA Genoble, France
Meike Roth, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
Alexej Jerschow, New York University, USA
Segolene Laage, Universite de Lyon, CNRS/ENS Lyon, France
Erik Persson, Lund University, Sweden
Carina Dahlberg, Institute of Technology, Sweden
Eugenio Daviso, Leiden Institute of Chemistry, The Netherlands
Kirill Kovtunov, International Tomography Centre, Novosibirks, Russia
Guiseppe Sicoli, CEA-Grenoble, France.
Denis Marion, C.E.A. France
Bela E. Bode, Johan Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany
Maayan Gal, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Christoph Deller, Max Planck Institute, Mainz, Germany
Lars T. Kuhn, University of Oxford, UK
Guilhem Pages, Universités Aix Marseille, France