WEBINAR: Bruker Benchtop Solutions Fourier 80 and Magnettech ESR5000

Want to learn more about Bruker's benchtop solutions for NMR and EPR? Dr. Clemens Anklin and Dr. Kalina Ranguelova will be presenting the features and applications of our Fourier 80 benchtop NMR system and our Magnettech ESR5000 benchtop EPR system.

Webinar Overview

Bruker offers a wide range of benchtop analytical solutions for research and industrial customers. This webinar will take a look at our benchtop NMR solution, the Fourier 80 and our benchtop EPR solution, the Magnettech ESR5000.

The Fourier 80, an 80 MHz high-performance nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) benchtop spectrometer is designed for the routine laboratory. With a cryogen-free magnet design, the Fourier makes NMR accessible in the lab where users and operators work. It can be installed in the fume hood or on the bench without the need for new infrastructure, providing easy maintenance and minimal cost of ownership. The performance of the benchtop, combined with the intuitive software, means any lab can now incorporate the definitive analytical answers only NMR can provide.

Extending Bruker’s benchtop EPR spectrometer family, the Magnettech ESR5000 is a compact, high-performance instrument with exceptional reliability best suited for all applications in EPR spectroscopy. With this benchtop spectrometer that combines unparalleled sensitivity with ease-of-use and affordability, a wider variety of applications are now fully supported through an extensive set of accessories and workflow designs, making EPR spectroscopy more accessible to everyone. This webinar will show how ideal it is for a wide range of analyses thanks to its minimal infrastructure, requirements, and low cost of ownership, making it suitable for a wide range of laboratory types.

Thursday, August 12, 2021
3:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time

Key Learnings

  • Main applications and technical features of Fourier 80 and Magnettech ESR5000 benchtop systems

Who Should Attend?

Anyone interested in learning more about benchtop NMR and EPR solutions.


Dr. Clemens Anklin

Vice President of NMR Applications and Training - Bruker BioSpin - Billerica, Massachusetts

In 1984 Clemens Anklin obtained a PhD in chemistry from the Swiss Institute of Technology ETH. In 1984 he joined Spectrospin (later Bruker) as a NMR applications scientist and in 1988 transferred to the United States to build an applications team in the US. He now serves as Vice President for NMR applications and training for the Americas.


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Dr. Kalina Ranguelova

Senior EPR Applications Scientist, Bruker BioSpin

Dr. Kalina Ranguelova is an EPR Applications Scientist in Bruker BioSpin Corporation since 2011. She completed her Ph.D. at The Bulgarian Academy of Sciences where she received a Ph.D. with research focused on inorganic copper complexes structure using electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy. After two research positions at CUNY and National Institute for Environmental Sciences where she studied free radical biology and EPR spin trapping as method for measurement of reactive oxygen species (ROS), she joined Bruker and holds a role as Applications Scientist. Her current focus is detection and identification of free radicals in biological systems and pharmaceuticals using spin traps and spin probes. She has publications in journals like Journal of Biological Chemistry, Biochemistry, Free radical Biology and Medicine, etc. She has presented in many international meetings related to free radical research in biology and protein chemistry.