The Bruker NMR Software Suite

The complete NMR software package in a new cost-effective and affordable combination

Whether you work with small molecule NMR data analysis or you are monitoring the kinetics of chemical reactions, you analyze protein dynamics or you simply want the most sophisticated algorithms to process non uniform sampled data, to get the best out of your spectrometer time, the Bruker ‘s software suite supplies the right tools for your research.

The Ideal Combination

The new NMR Software Suite is a combined package of our software solutions that includes:


TopSpin was designed with a highly intuitive interface for your NMR applications, under Windows®, Linux®, and Mac®.

Assisted NMR Data Interpretation and Workflow Streamlining

CMC-assist efficiently extracts information from complex NMR data, conducts consistency and concentration assessments and generates detailed reports for direct transfer to publications, patents and lab journals. The software does not only excel as an off-line analysis interface but its automated NMR interpretation power can also be used to generate results directly at any Bruker NMR instrument equipped with the latest control software, making it the most efficient and streamlined NMR workflow on the market.

Dynamics Center

Analysis of NMR data containing non-frequency dimensions, which usual describe dynamic effects like diffusion (DOSY), relaxation, and kinetics, can now easily be evaluated using the Dynamics Center including the former Protein Dynamics Center.

Structure elucidation: CMC-se

CMC-se™ is an interactive tool, which moves the workflow of structural elucidation from paper on to the screen and then streamlines and organizes it. CMC-se performs an automatic analysis of different NMR spectra types and proposes structural solutions ranked by probability. The user controls all steps and may refine the analysis using a comfortable graphical interface.

Non Uniform Sampling

Non Uniform Sampling (NUS) is a fully integrated acquisition and processing feature since TopSpin 3.0. It allows routine use and is available for to all kinds of NMR experiments. An automatically generated and optimized NUS sparse list defines the sampling pattern leading to the fractional data acquisition. Multi-dimensional decomposition then allows to calculate the missing data points enabling a regular Fourier Transform processing of the complete data set, all done in a fully automatic fashion.

Find Out More

Contact your local Bruker NMR team to see how cost-effective the newly packaged suite is for you, or submit your details on our contact form and we will get back to you.

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