A Briefcase Full of NMR

The front page article in the latest issue of the Analytical Scientist is all about the history and developments in Benchtop NMR and has the very cool title A Briefcase Full of NMR. The article covers the innovative work of Magritek founder Prof. Bernhard Blümich and colleague Dr Peter Blümler developing the world’s first simple, portable and compact NMR systems in the 1990’s.

These inventions inspired the development of highly homogenous Halbach magnets which give every Magritek Spinsolve benchtop NMR spectrometer its fantastic sensitivity, resolution and stability.  This “mind-melding” inspiration also led to the creation of the unilateral NMR sensors that are found today in Magritek’s NMR-MOUSE.

The full PDF of the issue can be downloaded here.

 

 

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Andrew is the CEO of Magritek and has led the company from its foundation as a University spin out company to its current position as a fast-growing, profitable exporter. He brings both commercial and technical experience to the company having worked in senior management roles for companies in Sydney and London. Andrew has a PhD in Physics from Massey University, is a 2011 Sir Peter Blake Emerging Leader and was a member of the team that won the 2010 Prime Minister’s Science Prize. 86 Posts