From food fraud to purity analysis and more, learn about the many uses for NMR in food science and safety.
Whether monitoring for unknown inorganics or exploring structures for new catalysts, NMR provides certainty and efficiency.
Tracing metals in soils and waters, investigating new viruses, tracking down unidentified contaminants – NMR provides flexible tools for complex questions.
Advanced NMR techniques for solids and liquids provide a vital view into the structure and dynamics of diverse materials.
Nondestructive and noninvasive, NMR helps researchers and clinicians screen metabolic changes, understand the proteome, discover new drug targets, and more.
NMR expert Tim Cross explains how his research team has been using the technique to investigate membrane proteins as potential targets in preventing the diseases.