New science enabled by £1.5 investment in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance infrastructure

Scientists from the Institute of Molecular, Cell and Systems Biology and the School of Chemistry will be partners in a new Scottish Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) facility that has received a £1.4 million investment from the UK government.

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The new facility, the Scottish High Field NMR Centre, will bring together researchers from the Universities of Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, St Andrews, Strathclyde and Heriot-Watt and the Beatson CRUK Institute, Glasgow.

NMR is a key technique used widely in science, from materials chemistry to medicine, and the new centre will provide a focal point for NMR research and industry engagement.

First published: 26 June 2018