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Welcome to the events pages of the UK NMR Discussion Group (NMRDG), an Interest Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry.

This site holds information on our forthcoming meetings and also hosts the history of NMRDG activities, from its inception in 1964 to the present day. Some further, related information can be found on the RSC site.

A short summary of NMRDG events in 2015 and 2016 can be downloaded.

NMRDG History: the history of the group from 1964.

 

Forthcoming NMRDG meetings

Meeting Title/Theme Location Information and Registration links
NMRDG Spring meeting 2016
Thursday, March 17 2016
Final meeting programme is available!
In situ monitoring by NMR: what is it all about?   Dept of Chemistry, University of York

Details can be found here.

Please register via the RSC.

       
NMRDG Postgraduate meeting 2016
Thursday, June 23, 2016
A forum for postgrads to present and discuss their work in a relaxed setting   St Catherine's College, University of Oxford

Details to be announced.

 

Other meetings

UK NMR Managers' meeting 2016
Friday, June 24, 2016
Information and discussion for anyone managing an NMR facility in industry or academia  Dept of Chemistry, University of Oxford

Details to be announced. Note that this is the day after the postgrad meeting. Social arrangements will be made for those attending both events.

NMRDG Spring Meeting 2016

We are looking forward to an excellent meeting. Plans have been finalised and the progamme can be downloaded.  

If you have any questions then please email us.

Sponsors

The NMRDG would like to thank the following companies for their generous financial contributions to the meeting.  

  • Royal Society of Chemistry NMRDG

  • AstraZeneca

  • Bruker

  • GPE Scientific Limited

  • Magritek

  • Mestrelab Research

  • Oxford Instruments

  • Thermo Scientific

The BRSG-NMRDG Annual Prize 2016

We are delighted to announce that the 2016 BRSG-NMR DG Annual Prize for Excellent Contribution to Magnetic Resonance has been awarded to Professor Andrew Baldwin of the Department of Chemistry, University of Oxford, for his work on the dynamics of very large biomolecular systems in conjunction with the development of NMR experiments suitable for studying functionally relevant, but sparsely populated, states in high molecular weight proteins.


Student bursaries

The NMRDG is pleased to be able to consider requests for bursaries to travel to other NMR meetings, and travel grants to visit labs to learn new techniques.

Details of bursaries can be found here.
Details of travel grants can be found here.
Applications for travel grants can be made at any reasonable time before a conference.

Last updated 29/2/2016

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