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The delegation led by the Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn of Thailand has visited St Petersburg University. The delegation visited some of the Resource Centres. the Director of the Magnetic Resonance Research Centre (CMR) Petr Tolstoy has presented main research methods realized in CMR. Peter Tolstoy also has told about collaboration experience in research with the foreign scientists.
More about visit of the delegation
The Mnova NMR tablet application was designed for processing NMR spectra with touch-controlled Android and iPad devices. Free version of this application is available in Google Play store and App Store.
A photo-session of the working process was held in the CMR.
One can find review of CMR in our brochure
Mikhail Vovk has presented an excursion-lecture about modern NMR spectroscopy methods for high school students. The equipments presented in CMR and some aspect of its application were demonstrated during the excursion.
Excursion for the guests from Agency for Strategic Initiatives was carried out in CMR.
In total, 99 new projects have been submitted to CMR in 2016. More than 21 000 individual measurement requests have been fulfilled. We hope that in 2017 our contribution to the research and education will be even stronger! Good luck with your work!