Magnetic Resonance Center Receives NIH & NSF Grants
The National Institute of Health has awarded the University's Magnetic Resonance Center $999,500 to purchase a CyroProbe-enabled (500 MHz) NMR Spectrometer. The instrument will be housed in the Magnetic Resonance Center and is the first spectrometer of its kind at Boston College. It will replace a 30-year old model.
In addition, the National Science Foundation has awarded the University's Magnetic Resonance Center $542,820 towards the purchase of a Prodigy-probe enabled 500 MHz NMR spectrometer. This instrument will replace an older model and will be used for educational and outreach efforts in addition to regular research activities.