Royal Society of Chemistry NMR Discussion Group Christmas Meeting 2016

Registration is now open for the Royal Society of Chemistry NMR Discussion Group Christmas Meeting, which will be held at the Institute of Structural and Molecular Biology, Birkbeck College, London, on Thursday 15th December. To register for the event, please complete the on-line registration form via the link available on http://www.nmrdg.org.uk or directly via the link on the RSC website https://events.rsc.org/rsc/1047/register 
 
Details of the venue and programme are also available on the NMR DG website, accessed using the link http://www.nmrdg.org.uk  Registration will close on Monday 5th December and the standard registration fee is £45.00. For students and retirees, a concessionary rate of £25.00 will apply. If you require any additional information, please send an E-mail to info@nmrdg.org.uk  
 
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2016 NMR Discussion Group Christmas Meeting
 
Thursday 15th December 2016, 10.00 am  - 16.30 pm
 
Institute of Structural and Molecular Biology, Birkbeck College, Clore Lecture Theatre (B01), Torrington Square, London WC1E 7JL

Speakers:
 
Lucio Frydman, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel - Chemical and Biochemical Dynamics from Hyperpolarised NMR
 
Alan Kenwright, University of Durham - HD, or not HD: that is the question    
           
Claire Dickson, University of Bristol - Improving NMR methods to solve 3D molecular structure in solution
                                   
Tina Thiele, Technische Universität Darmstadt - The Use of (An)isotropic NMR parameters for the structure elucidation of organic and organometallic compounds
                                   
Alex Breeze, University of Leeds - Activation and inhibition of FGFR kinases studied using NMR and biophysics        
           
Andrew Baldwin, University of Oxford - Title to be confirmed (BRSG - NMR DG prize winner for excellent contribution to magnetic resonance)
 
Susana Ramalhete, University of East Anglia - Understanding Nanoscale Organisation of Tailored Supramolecular Gels using NMR Spectroscopy
 
Clare Grey, University of Cambridge - NMR Beyond Li-Ion:Li metal, Na and Mg-ion batteries

Thursday, December 15, 2016
London, UK