Opening of the NT-NMR center at NTNU


The NT-NMR center at NTNU, which is one of the nodes of NNP, was recently renovated and its opening took place on the 10th of December 2015. The event was presented by Prof. Finn L. Aachmann, and Dean Anne Borg opened the center. Additionally, several invited speakers participated on the event, such as Prof. Norbert Muller from the Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria; Prof. Hideo Iwai from the University of Helsinki, Finland; Prof. Christopher Owen Miles from the University of Oslo, Norway; and Dr. Manfred Spraul from Bruker Biospin, Germany. They covered different topics within NMR spectroscopy, providing inspiration for what the new equipment may be used for.

The NT-NMR at NTNU is one of the key nodes of the NNP and houses four NMR spectrometers, including the Bruker Ascend HDIII 800 MHz instrument.

Information about the event in Norwegian.

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The NNP is a desentralized NMR center which provide state-of-the-art NMR services and related scientific support. Backbone of the center is two 800 MHz spectrometers located at UiO and NTNU, and a 600 MHz and 850 MHz spectrometer located at UiB.

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