The aim is to give the participants some theoretical and practical knowledge for the use of new probes under very rapid rotation (> 100 kHz) at the magic angle, as well as an overview of possible applications in the field of structural biology and materials sciences so that they can integrate this new experimental approach into their research activity. This approach brings considerable gains in resolution and sensitivity, and applications for the analysis of biomolecules and paramagnetic substances have been developing rapidly in recent years.

This training will take place on one day, October 11th 2017, the day before the meeting of the Users of the IR-RMN. It will take place at the RMN center of the ISA in Lyon.

Further information and registration: The number of registrants is limited. Registration (including lunch) is free but mandatory on the website