Satellite meeting: Magnetic Resonance at Ultra-High Field – Friday July 15th
New Frontiers, New Horizons – Magnetic Resonance at 1200 MHz
Scientific development and breakthrough science in the Magnetic Resonance community has been intimately linked to increasing magnetic field strengths. The advent of 1.2 GHz NMR spectrometers opens up new vistas for Magnetic Resonance. This novel magnet technology will undoubtedly pave the way to address new questions at the frontiers of life and material sciences and drive scientific innovation in the Magnetic Resonance community. Against this backdrop, the future is bright for Magnetic Resonance!
In this satellite meeting, international leaders in the field of NMR will showcase recent applications and the scope of Magnetic Resonance at 1.2 GHz.
The program will be interspersed with the festive inauguration of the 1.2 GHz magnet in Utrecht and short talks on magnetic resonance at ultra-high field in the Netherlands.
The Satellite meeting, organized on behalf of the Dutch uNMR network and generously sponsored by Bruker, will take place after the EUROMAR 2022 meeting in the morning and early afternoon of Friday July 15th.
Markus Weingarth – Hugo van Ingen – Marc Baldus