NMR Discussion Group Christmas Meeting

50 Years of Progress in NMR Spectroscopy: Emsley, Feeney and Sutcliffe

Tuesday 15th December 2015

Birkbeck College, Clore Lecture Theatre (B01), Clore Management Centre, Torrington Square, London WC1E 7JL

The event celebrates the publication of the two-volume text High Resolution NMR Spectroscopy in 1965, and the first publication of Progress in NMR Spectroscopy in 1966, respectively written and edited by Jim Emsley, Jim Feeney and Les Sutcliffe.

The meeting will open at 10.00 for registration and refreshments and close at 16.30.  Jim Emsley, Jim Feeney and Les Sutcliffe will present introductory talks, followed by presentations from distinguished scientists who have worked closely with them. The final programme is presented below:

Les Sutcliffe, University of Surrey
How it all started

Steve Matthews, Imperial College, London
Order and disorder in proteins – beyond nOes        
Melanie Britton, University of Birmingham                                
Through the chemical looking glass: what MRI can reveal about batteries, corrosion and electroplating
Jim Feeney, MRC Biomedical NMR Centre, Mill Hill
Following NMR’s Progress

Angela Gronenborn, University of Pittsburgh
Synergy between NMR, cryo-EM and large-scale MD simulations – an atomic model of the HIV capsid
Gordon Roberts, University of Leicester
Metallo-β-lactamases: structures, zincs and loops 
Jim Emsley, University of Southampton                         
The evolution of Progress in NMR

Geoffrey Luckhurst, University of Southampton
The fourth nematic liquid crystal. Twist, bend and order identified with 2H NMR spectroscopy

Denis Merlet, Université Paris-Sud
New developments for molecular structural determination of flexible compounds using liquid crystal as NMR solvent

Please visit http://www.nmrdg.org.uk/  or http://www.rsc.org/events/detail/18734/nmr-discussion-group-christmas-meeting-2015 for additional information about the meeting.  Registration can be completed directly using the link below


Tuesday, December 15, 2015
London, UK