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July 19, 2011

Spectroscopy Spotlight
Pharmaceutical Characterization with NMR
Gary McGeorge, Principal Scientist at Bristol-Myers Squibb, shares his experience and tips for using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and solid-state NMR to characterize both small-molecule polymorphs and proteins.
Sensors Unlimited-Goodrich ISR Systems manufactures InGaAs cameras and linear arrays for Spectroscopy in 0.9 to 1.7 µm, 1.1 to 2.2 µm, and 1.3 to 2.6 µm wavebands. Our uncooled InGaAs detectors provide reading up to 47,000 lps for Photoluminescence, Raman Spectroscopy, Laser Diode Characterization, and Fluorescence infrared spectroscopy applications requiring high sensitivity and low noise in the NIR and SWIR. Read More
Featured News
Cancer Research Agreement
An agreement between Swiss-based biotech company Roche and UCLA in the US will provide cancer researchers with the technology to drive research capabilities and further the understanding for complex disease, it has been announced.
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Question of the Week

Where do you see NMR growing the fastest?

A) Differentiating polymorphs
B) Identification and characterization of crystalline forms
C) The study of protein structures

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Upcoming Events
1-3 August 2011 The Conference on Small
Molecule Science (CoSMoS) 2011
Chapel Hill, NC
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1-5 August 2011 60th Annual Conference on Applications of X-Ray Analysis (Denver X-Ray Converence)
Colorado Springs, CO
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7-11 August 2011 Microscopy & Microanalysis 2011 Meeting
Nashville, TN
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14-18 August 2011 ISOS XVI — Sixteenth International Symposium on Silicon Chemistry
Hamilton, Canada
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