RALF-NMR is an inter- and multi-disciplinary infrastructure supporting NMR research activities in diverse areas from biology, bioinformatics, medicine, chemistry and physics, and is supported by the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS). RALF-NMR is a world leader in the development of solid- and solution-state NMR methodology, and the application of the resulting methods to structural and dynamic problems in molecular systems. Recent experimental developments have concentrated on the development of new multi-dimensional correlation experiments to characterise organic and biological solids or liquids, novel methods for structure determination, the study of dynamic processes and the development of rapid methods of spectral acquisition. RALF-NMR has a range of specialised, state-of-the-art NMR spectrometers, including the first high-resolution 1 GHz NMR spectrometer in the world. RALF-NMR has hosted a Research Infrastructure since 2006, participating in the EU-NMR, EAST-NMR and Bio-NMR projects.
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