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Call to facilitate the use of NMR spectroscopy by Scottish scientists

The Scottish high-field NMR centre has announced a call to promote the use of NMR spectroscopy by Scottish scientists. The details can be found here. This call was announced at the Scottish Structural Biology meeting (St Andrews, September 12, 2019) and the SULSA Disruptive Technologies in the Life Sciences Conference (Edinburgh, September 25-26, 2019). The deadline of the call is October 31, 2019. This call is specific to biological applications. Similar calls will follow periodically, covering a broad remit of sciences in academia and industry.

2019 annual SNUG meeting at Loch Ard

Scottish NMR spectroscopists met for the fifth time at the annual SNUG meeting in the beautiful setting of Loch Ard. Arriving via the Blair Drummond Safari & Adventure Park, we were greeted by the blue skies at the Forest Hills MacDonald hotel. The Firbush format was adhered to, with two half days of talks and Thursday afternoon outdoor activities. Many tested their courage on the Go Ape circuit in Aberfoyle, whilst others went walking in uncertain weather. The highlight of the late afternoon was a whisky tasting (£5 can go a long way!). The weather deteriorated on Friday and we travelled back in heavy rain, nevertheless refreshed and enriched by our yearly encounter. For more photos of the