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
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
Academics
Getting to Know: Bruker in South America
Second in our series of “Getting to Know” articles, we visit South America to learn a little of what it's ... Continue reading

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October 29, 2014 // Academics

The Resonance Exchange Bulletin – Program Library Update

Ēriks Kupče , Editor of the Resonance Exchange, Bruker’s library platform for exchanging pulse sequences and ... Continue reading
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October 15, 2014 // Material Science

Meeting the European EPR community at EFEPR 2014, Marseilles

The EFEPR - European Federation of EPR (Electron Paramagnetic Resonance) - is a non-formal organization that brings together 14 EPR ... Continue reading
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October 9, 2014 // Academics

Getting to Know: Bruker in South America

Second in our series of “Getting to Know” articles, we visit South America to learn a little of what it's ... Continue reading
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September 30, 2014 // Events

The WMIC Lowdown from Seoul, Korea

A big thanks to everyone who joined us in Seoul, Korea for a very pleasant and suitably busy World Molecular ... Continue reading
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September 29, 2014 // Academics

Free Webinar: Solid State NMR Made Easy

Watch our free, informative 45 minute webinar and discover how easy Solid ... Continue reading
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September 23, 2014 // Media

EU Project Hunts for Natural Substitutes to Synthetics

Bruker is supporting an EU-funded project that is foraging through the plant world to find natural ... Continue reading
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September 18, 2014 // Events

Free Webinar: Competitive Intelligence through NMR spectroscopy – Detergents and Polymers

Overview High quality competitive intelligence gives you an edge in selling manufactured products and is ... Continue reading
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September 18, 2014 // Food Quality & Safety

Free Webinar: Detecting Adulteration in Dietary Supplements with NMR

Overview The global nutraceutical market was estimated to be $140.1 billion US dollars in 2010. Concerns have arisen over ... Continue reading
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September 15, 2014 // Academics

SMASH 2014 Update

Bruker welcomed delegates to Atlanta and SMASH, an important scientific meeting focusing on small molecule NMR work. ... Continue reading
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September 11, 2014 // Preclinical Imaging

PET Study of Glucose Uptake Reveals Nocturnal Peak in the Mouse Brain

Three-dimensional measurement of glucose uptake and usage in vivo provides a valuable indicator of the metabolic state and activity in ... Continue reading
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