The Very High Field NMR Center of Lyon, France, is the home to multidisciplinary research groups actively involved in developing NMR spectroscopy in chemistry, physics and biology including medicine. The center is a European large scale NMR facility and hosts the first commercial 1GHz spectrometer world-wide since August 2009.
The CRMN is a research unit of CNRS, Claude Bernard de Lyon 1 and ENS de Lyon. It is an attractive and agile scientific and operational environment for research teams specialized in nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and recognized at the highest international level. These teams work on the most fundamental aspects of NMR, at the interface of biology, chemistry and physics, in order to:
- develop innovative methodological and instrumental breakthroughs
- radically extend the field of application of this spectroscopy
- allow the structure and dynamics of new ranges of compounds to be explored at atomic scale in key scientific fields with a significant societal impact
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Very High Field NMR Center of Lyon – CRMN
Breakthrough developments in methodology and instrumentation for magnetic resonance