Food Quality & Safety
New Video: Easy, Robust and Reproducible Solid Fat Content Analysis
Determining solid fat content is important in food processing and the development of fat-based products such as margarine, butter, hydrogenated ... Continue reading
Preclinical Imaging
A Promising Approach to a Deadly Disease – Fighting Glioblastoma
The most common type of central nervous system tumor, glioblastoma multiforme is an aggressive cancer with mean survival of only ... Continue reading
Process Control
Establishing The Purity of Nutraceuticals and Energy Drinks with NMR
Nutraceuticals and energy drinks are burgeoning billion dollar industries that make use of natural products. To ensure the end product ... Continue reading
Structural Biology
Dynamic Nuclear Polarization – Talking DNP with Bob Griffin at MIT
We interview Professor Robert Griffin, a recognized pioneer and thought leader in the development of DNP-NMR. ... Continue reading


February 10, 2015 // Academics

New NMR Fields of Analysis Presented at PANIC

The 3rd Annual Practical Applications of NMR in Industry Conference (PANIC) begins today and delegates from industry across the globe ... Continue reading
Paula Audet
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February 9, 2015 // Academics

Free Webinar: A Wider World of EPR – At Your Benchtop

Watch a free webinar and discover how quickly and easily high performance benchtop EPR can become part of your cost ... Continue reading
Andy McAlister
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February 6, 2015 // Structural Biology

New Solid-State NMR Method for Protein Backbone Assignment

Introduction Solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy has emerged as a well-established technique due to ongoing developments regarding higher ... Continue reading
Andy McAlister
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January 30, 2015 // Structural Biology

Inhibiting Cancer Cells Using NMR Spectroscopy: Video Interview

Andy Byrd, Chief of the Structural Biophysics Laboratory at the National Cancer Institute in Frederick, Maryland, shares his thoughts and ... Continue reading
Andy McAlister
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January 22, 2015 // Academics

An NMR Spectrometer Made From LEGO?

Cool huh? Yes, an amazing scale model of an NMR spectrometer made from ... Continue reading
Andy McAlister
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January 5, 2015 // Academics

Getting to Know: Bruker in Russia

Next in our series of “Getting to Know” articles, we visit Russia to discover Bruker's long ... Continue reading
Andy McAlister
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December 19, 2014 // Metabolomics

Just a Bit of Year End Fun… Which NMR Circus Act Are You?

Season's Greetings and Best Wishes for a Prosperous and Happy 2015! Have a bit ... Continue reading
Andy McAlister
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December 19, 2014 // Academics

Workshop on RHEO-NMR

Rheo-NMR and related methods combining flow and translational motion with NMR has become a continuously growing ... Continue reading
Andy McAlister
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December 16, 2014 // Structural Biology

Protein-based 19F NMR as a Ligand Discovery Tool

Protein-protein interaction (PPI) modulation via small molecules remains a significant challenge for therapeutic development. NMR methods, both ligand-based and protein-based ... Continue reading
William Pomerantz
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December 10, 2014 // Company News

Asia’s First Preclinical Imaging Centre Opens in Singapore

Bruker has opened the first Preclinical Imaging Centre in Asia, with the Singapore Bioimaging Consortium (SBIC), a research institute that ... Continue reading
Andy McAlister
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