Bruker at ISMAR 2017

Bruker NMR Symposium & EPR Users' Meeting

Join us at this year's International Society of Magnetic Resonance held jointly with the Rocky Mountain Conference. Bruker will hold parallel sessions at the joint conference on Sunday before opening remarks. Hear the latest news and developments, innovative methods and late-breaking announcements. Registration and lunch is at 12:30 pm where lunch will be provided. Additionally, we will have Bruker Innovation Night on Monday evening after the poster session. Join us for hors d'oeuvres and drinks where we can catch up and continue our discussions.

Bruker NMR Symposium

When: Sunday, July 23
Where: Quebec City Convention Centre, 206B

Registration and lunch at 12:30 pm
Bruker NMR Symposium: 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Topics include:

  • New multi-receive capabilities with the AVANCE NEO and Topspin news
  • Probe news and updates on iProbe and CryoProbe
  • Quantitative magnetic resonance techniques and pharma solutions

Bruker EPR Users' Meeting

When: Sunday, July 23
Where: Quebec City Convention Centre, 206A

Registration and lunch at 12:30 pm
Bruker EPR Users' Meeting: 2:00 pm- 4:00 pm

Topics include:

  • Rapid Scan techniques and imaging
  • Updates on Bruker's benchtop EPR
  • Anisotropic SpinFit and quantitative EPR
  • Teslameter and magnetic field tools
  • Updates on cryogen-free EPR systems

Bruker Innovation Night

When: Monday, July 24
Where: Evening riverboat cruise, Chouinard Pier

Join us aboard the Louis Jolliet where we’ll sail the St. Lawrence River and take in views of the city while continuing our discussions and connecting with each other.

Transportation is provided – please join us outside the convention centre where buses will depart between 6:45 pm - 7:00 pm. Boarding will be from 7:00 pm - 7:30 pm. We’ll return to the pier with transportation back to the convention centre at approximately 10:15 pm.



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