Seminar – « High-field NMR spectroscopy: A key to advance the frontiers of structural biology and material sciences »

SEMINAIRE ExCELSiOR : 12/06/2014 à 10h00 – Amphi. IEMN
sur le thème du projet Lillois ‘RMN1200’

Guy Lippens, Prof. Lille1, Labo de GLYCOBIOLOGIE
Olivier Lafon, Prof. Lille1, UCCS

 

« High-field NMR spectroscopy: A key to advance the frontiers of structural biology and material sciences »
« Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy has become an indispensable tool to characterize the atom-level structure and dynamics in a wide range of systems, ranging from biomolecules involved in Alzheimer diseases to energy materials. The increase of magnetic field has allowed us to apply NMR to more and more complex systems. In this context, the University of Lille 1 has recently been selected for the installation of the world’s most powerful NMR instrument with a magnetic field of 28 T, i.e. a 1H Larmor frequency of 1200 MHz. This didactic seminar will present the basic principles of NMR spectroscopy and instrumentation. We will also highlight recent achievements of high-field NMR. The content of the seminar is intended for a non-specialist audience. »

 

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