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Research project

High Resolution Solid State Nitrogen-14 NMR

Project overview

Solid state NMR spectroscopy of the major naturally occurring isotope of nitrogen will be made easier and more informative. This opens a new route to characterize biomolecules, natural materials, drugs, and proteins.


Lead researcher

Dr Marina Carravetta

Associate Professor

Research interests

  • Solid state magic-angle spinning NMR
  • High temperature and/or high pressure NMR
  • In-situ/operando methods
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Other researchers

Professor Phil Williamson

Head of School

Research interests

  • Molecular processes underpinning neurodegenerative disease
  • Structure and function of cell membranes
  • Development and application of solid-state NMR and other biophysical techniques for the analysis of biological systems
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Professor Ilya Kuprov FRSC

Professor of Physics
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Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups

Research outputs

James Jarvis, Maria Concistre, Ibraheem Haies, Richard Bounds, Ilya Kuprov, Marina Carravetta & Philip Williamson, 2019, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 21(11), 5941-5949
Type: article
Maria Concistre, Ilya Kuprov, Ibraheem M. Haies, Philip Williamson & Marina Carravetta, 2018, Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 298, 1-5
Type: article
James Jarvis, Ibraheem Haies, Moreno Lelli, Aaron Rossini, Ilya Kuprov, Marina Carravetta & Philip Williamson, 2017, Chemical Communications, 53(89), 12116-12119
Type: article