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Group leaders in the Departments of Biochemistry (Profs Christina Redfield, Jason Schnell and John Vakonakis) and Chemistry (Profs. Andy Baldwin and Tim Claridge) have secured support towards upgrading the flagship 950 MHz nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometer, housed in Biochemistry.

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Funding of close to £500K has been obtained from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) under the “Very- and Ultra-High field NMR for the physical and life sciences” initiative. The 950 MHz NMR upgrade will include a high-sensitivity 5mm TCI “CryoProbe” and an automated sample changer. This new probe will increase 1H signal-to-noise by a factor of up to 3, allowing more challenging macromolecular systems to be studied. The sample changer will improve throughput by enabling fully automated, round-the-clock data collection. Once upgraded, time on the 950 MHz NMR spectrometer will also be made available to external users from other UK academic institutions and from industry. 

Find out more (Department of Biochemistry website)