Marcel Utz | Microfluidic NMR| Tuesday, 24th Jan

Published: Sunday, 15 January 2023 - 10:00 -0400

Author: Thorsten Maly

Dear All,

The 59th Global NMR Educational Tutorial will be given by , Professor Marcel Utz, University of Southampton , U.K. on the topic:

“Microfluidic Systems and Magnetic Resonance”

Microfluidic technology has rapidly advanced over the last two decades, and is increasingly transforming the practice of life science research, as well as (arguably more slowly) medical diagnostics. In particular, microfluidic assays are ideal platforms for the culture of cells, cell aggregates, and tissue slices, and form the basis of increasingly predictive disease models. Nuclear magnetic resonance, due to its non-invasive nature and ability to provide rich and detailed information on biological systems, is ideally suited to follow life processes in such microfluidic culture devices. However, the integration of high-performance NMR spectroscopy with microfluidic lab-on-a-chip devices is technically challenging due to the small sample volumes involved. Recent advances in hyperpolarization and alternative detection approaches offer important opportunities in this field. In this talk, I will give an overview of the opportunities and challenges in microfluidic NMR, and present some recent examples

Webinar details:
Time: Tuesday, January 24, 2022, 8:00 AM California or 11:00 AM Boston or 5:00 PM Paris or 9:30 PM Delhi

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Best regards,
Global NMR Discussion Meetings


Current organizers:

Adrian Draney (Creighton Uni., Chemistry)
Amrit Venkatesh (Lyndon Emsley Lab, EPFL)
Asif Equbal (New York Uni., Abu Dhabi)
Blake Wilson (Robert Tycko Lab, NIH)
Michael Hope (Lyndon Emsley Lab, EPFL)
Mouzhe Xie (Maurer Lab, Uni. Chicago)
Nino Wili (Niels Chr Nielsen Lab, Aarhus Uni.)
Tamar Wolf (Lucio Frydman Lab, Weizmann Institute of Science)

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