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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
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
Process Control
New Video: Botanical Dietary Supplement Screening by NMR
Botanic and herbal materials, together with dietary supplements, are two industries experiencing rapid expansion. Increased concerns ... Continue reading
Preclinical Imaging
World’s First MRI CryoProbe for Rats: Those Amazing Images!
A new innovation is helping to take in vivo neuroimaging to new levels of sensitivity enabling amazing increases in spatial ... Continue reading

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September 5, 2014 // 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
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September 4, 2014 // Events

The Scoop at ICMRBS 2014, Dallas, Texas

The International Conference on Magnetic Resonance in Biological Systems (ICMRBS) is a biennial conference where the focus is on confirming ... Continue reading
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September 4, 2014 // Events

New Video: A Snapshot from ICMRBS in Dallas

Enjoy our snapshot video - your express guide to what went on at ICMRBS in Dallas, ... Continue reading
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September 4, 2014 // Events

ICMRBS 2014 – Photo Gallery

Check out the full scoop and our snapshot video on ICMRBS here on theresonance.com: ... Continue reading
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August 22, 2014 // Academics

Getting to Know: Bruker in China

theresonance is launching a series of "Getting to Know" articles, which we hope will shed some ... Continue reading
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August 18, 2014 // Preclinical Imaging

Oncology Benefits from Cell Pre-labeling and Targeted Probe for In Vivo Fluorescence Imaging

Optical molecular imaging techniques provide extremely useful information in preclinical oncology or inflammatory research involving but not limited to mouse ... Continue reading
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August 5, 2014 // Clinical Research

New Video: NMR’s Future in Health and Diagnostics

Professor Elaine Holmes from Imperial College London and Dr Manfred Spraul from Bruker BioSpin discuss NMR ... Continue reading
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July 29, 2014 // Preclinical Imaging

MRI Holds Great Potential in Stem Cell Tracking

Heike Daldrup-Link, Associate Professor at Stanford University School of Medicine, explains that mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) derived from bone marrow ... Continue reading
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July 22, 2014 // Media

New Video: New TD-NMR Automation System – Making Life Easier

Watch our informative video explaining the benefits of automation in TD-NMR, specifically for the successful minispec ... Continue reading
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July 15, 2014 // Preclinical Imaging

Novel Animal Imaging Reveals Hepatic Accumulation of DNA During Liver Injury

A team in Brazil, led by Professor Gustavo Menezes, research advisor at the Department of Morphology Institute of Biological Sciences, ... Continue reading
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