The Scottish NMR Users Group is running a 'NMR for Industry' workshop in September to promote Scotland's NMR facilities and illustrate what NMR can do for industry.
NMR for Industry
Discover what NMR can do for your business
Monday, 5th September 2016
Cottrell Building, University of Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LF
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is a non-destructive, fast and highly informative technique. It is an essential analytical method for chemical, material and biological science.
This workshop brings together experts using NMR with industry companies to explore the different NMR techniques available and provide information about how to access NMR facilities in Scotland.
It is aimed at industrialists who are keen to learn more about NMR spectroscopy and to understand what the technique can do for their businesses, and will:
- provide an opportunity to learn more about liquid- and solid-state NMR, including a practical demonstration of a benchtop NMR instrument;
- demonstrate a range of applications of NMR for industrial settings; and
- establish contacts between Scottish NMR laboratories and industry.
This event will be of interest if your company is working in any of the following sectors:
- Chemical research and development (e.g. organic, inorganic and physical chemistry)
- Chemical manufacturing industry
- Biological and biochemical research (incl, natural products, proteins, protein interactions, carbohydrates, etc.)
- Food and beverage industry
- Pharmaceutical development and production
- Agrochemical development and production
- Polymer industry
- Water and environmental pollutant industry
- Catalyst industry
- Forensics (e.g. legal high analysis)
- Energy materials (e.g. solid fuel cells)
For more information about this event, and to register, go to:
About Scottish NMR Users Group
The Scottish NMR Users Group (SNUG) is an alliance of all NMR research groups in Scotland. It aims to bring together expertise and facilities to promote the use of NMR in Scottish universities, high schools, industries and government bodies. This will help maintain well-equipped NMR facilities to secure a strong future for NMR based research and teaching in Scotland.