With investment funding of £3.5 million, the York Centre for Magnetic Resonance is a unique, well-equipped facility for the study of chemical and biological systems using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. It offers exciting opportunities for industry and external collaborators.
Based in the University of York’s Department of Chemistry, the centre offers an excellent array of state-of-the-art instruments including:
The Centre fosters and enables strong collaborative links with the York Neuroimaging Centre and Department of Biology, applying magnetic resonance techniques at scales from molecules in solution, all the way through to observations in human patients.
Supporting cross-departmental research projects in structural biology, biochemistry, organic and inorganic chemistry, and especially the development of novel NMR methods, the Centre offers analytical services, problem-solving and method development to industry.
Expert staff can assist with experimental design, sample preparation and interpretation of results.
Find out more
The Centre for Magnetic Resonance webpage provides additional information about:
- the NMR building
- instruments used