Upcoming Webinar: Implementing High-Field NMR Techniques on Benchtop Instruments

Join our free webinar: Thinking Outside the (Benchtop) Box: Thursday October 27th, 12pm Pacific Time

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In recent years benchtop NMR spectrometers have become an increasingly viable alternative to high-field systems. Many demanding resolution and sensitivity requirements can now be met with modern methods and instruments.
You are invited to learn more about the implementation of high-field techniques on benchtop NMR spectrometers in an educational webinar coming Thursday, October 27th from 12:00 – 12:45pm US Pacific Time.

In this webinar we illustrate how a number of well-established and modern high-field NMR techniques, such as 2D, non-uniform sampling (NUS), and pure shift experiments, can be implemented on a benchtop NMR system to solve problems and applications previously considered beyond reach.

Join this webinar and you will learn about:

  • High-field techniques that are now possible on benchtop instruments.
  • Applications and problems solved by advancements in benchtop NMR spectroscopy.
  • The size, ease-of-use, and economic advantages of benchtop instruments over high-field machines.

Presented by:

Dr. Paul Bowyer

Paul bowyer

Paul obtained a Ph.D. in NMR technique development under the supervision of Prof. Gareth Morris at the University of Manchester, where he focused on reducing artifacts in multidimensional experiments through improvements to hardware, data acquisition and processing methods. He also worked on improving DOSY methods for measuring molecular self-diffusion. In 2015 he joined Magritek as Product Support Manager.

We hope you will take advantage of this opportunity to discover the advanced uses of high-field techniques on benchtop instruments,

We look forward to having you join us on the 27th.  To register, click the image below

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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. 89 Posts