What's new in the Central European Institute of Technology?

19. 03. 2013

The Central European Institute of Technology CEITEC has the use of the most powerful nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometer in Central and Eastern Europe. The NMR spectrometer is part of the equipment of the Josef Dadok National NMR Centre, which was opened today.  There are only 8 of these unique devices with an operating frequency of 950 MHz installed around the world. The new equipment will contribute to studies of the atomic structure of biologically significant molecules and their complexes, a knowledge of which is essential for example in the design of new drugs. The new workplace has been named after Professor Josef Dadok, whose scientific research has put him in a prominent position in the history of NMR spectroscopy.

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