Emerging frontiers in nuclear magnetic resonance
MATHEMATICAL PICTURE LANGUAGE
Haribabu Arthanari - Harvard Medical School
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) is a powerful spectroscopic technique that provides information about matter at an atomic resolution. One of the applications of NMR is to decipher the molecular architecture of biomolecules including nucleic acids and proteins. In addition to providing information on the structure of biomolecules, NMR also provides information on the dynamics of these molecule machines. The seminar will introduce some basics of NMR, discuss some of the current limitations, and present new methods to push the frontiers of NMR.