Upcoming Conferences relevant to the current TalaveraScience Portfolio

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Magnetic Resonance

Alpine Conference; 10th-14th September, 2023, Chamonix Mont-Blanc, France; Registration Open: March, 2023; Registration and Abstract Deadline, 31st May, 2023;

SMARTER 7 logoSMARTER 7, 17th-21st September, 2023, KU Leuven, Belgium;

EuroMAR2023 Glasgow logoFGMR Annual Discussion Meeting 2023 18th-21st September, 2023 at the University of Konstanz, Germany; Early Bird Registration ends 15th June, 2023;

HYP23: Hyperpolarised Magnetic Resonance; 24th-28th September 2023, Leipzig, Germany; Abstract Deadline; 19th May, 2023; Registration Deadline; 30th June, 2023;

ENC Group logo 65th Experimental NMR Conference (ENC); Asilomar Conference Center, Pacific Grove, CA, USA; 7th-11th April, 2024; Abstract submissions for Oral Presentations and Posters open mid-September, 2023, deadline 12th January, 2024;

2022 ICMRBS Conference; August, 2024; Seoul, South Korea; http://icmrbs.org

2024 ICMRBS Conference; August, 2026; Davos, Switzerland; http://icmrbs.org

Preclinical Molecular Imaging

ESMI 2019 logoEMIM 2024, 19th European Molecular Imaging Meeting; Porto, Portugal, 12th - 15th March, 2024; Abstract Deadline, 21st November, 2023; Early Registration Deadline, 17th January, 2024;

Other Areas

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Useful Links

Magnetic Resonance

Magnetic Resonance Mailing List: serves its member community to help spread NMR related information on jobs, post-doc and PhD positions, conferences, news, etc. NOTE: the URL has changed to; https://listes.services.cnrs.fr/wws/info/nmr.

The International EPR (ESR) Society Official Twitter Account: tweeting EPR news, views and papers; https://twitter.com/EPR_ESR.

AMPERE logoGroupement AMPERE Website: the largest organization in Europe dedicated to promoting Magnetic Resonance in Physics, Chemistry and related fields.

ISMAR logo
The website of the International Society of Magnetic Resonance (ISMAR)
; ISMAR represents the whole range of magnetic resonance (MR), such as nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI):

Bridge12 logo
Get up-to-date articles about Dynamic Nuclear Polarization enhanced NMR spectroscopy (DNP-NMR) and related terahertz technologies. Brought to you by Bridge12: https://www.bridge12.com/blog/.

Signals logo
  The LOGS blog concerning scientific instrument data organisation, retention, distribution, accessability and veracity:

Spinach logo
Version 2.8 of the Spinach library is now available on the Theoretical and Computational Spin Dynamics Group web site with many new features for EPR, NMR and DNP: http://spindynamics.org. It will shortly be available at NMRBox https://nmrbox.nmrhub.org.

csdmpy logocsdmpy is a Python support package for the core scientific dataset (CSD) model file exchange format. The package is based on the core scientific dataset (CSD) model (link is external), which is designed as a building block in the development of a more sophisticated portable scientific dataset file standard and is capable of handling a wide variety of scientific datasets both within and across disciplinary fields https://csdmpy.readthedocs.io.

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mrsimulator is an open-source Python package for fast computation/analysis of solid-state magnetic resonance (NMR) spectra of both crystalline and amorphous materials https://mrsimulator.readthedocs.io.

ICMRBS Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsxup-QiNEeBrfo-4d5w33Q
ICMRBS Web Site:https://www.mpinat.mpg.de/emergingmr/.

Alxej's COVID-19 infographic
The new location of Professor Alexej Jerschow's NMR isotope list/map!

NMRium, safe, advanced NMR spectral processing in a browser:

A significant part of the archive of Dr. Barry Shapiro’s NMR Newsletters is now available online at the ISMAR website. These letters are an important part of the history of magnetic resonance and should not be lost to current and future generations of spectroscopists. They were used as a quick and informal exchange of information. Many new developments in the field were announced there first. But they often also reflect a lighter side of NMR spectroscopy. Thanks to ISMAR and support by the Shapiro family for this project, these letters are now available to browse and read.
303 of the 516 issues were scanned and uploaded. For the 213 remaining ones we would like to ask the community to look in their libraries and bookshelves for the missing issues. Please send PDF’s to clemens.anklin@bruker.com or if you prefer to send the hard copy contact Clemens for a mailing address (Clemens Anklin, Stephan Grzesiek and Frances Separovic).

Martin Dračínský and the NMR-challenge team have prepared a new interactive website, where you can solve the structures of small organic compounds from 1D and 2D NMR spectra. Feel free to spread the link or use the website for teaching. Enjoy the NMR challenge!


Like colouring in pictures? Like science? Visit here for science based colouring artwork!

The International Year of the Period Table was in 2019! Follow the link if you would like to access a dynamic periodic table of the elements... Courtesy of Michael Dayah. Ptable: The Interactive Periodic Table. 1 Oct. 1997. Web. 8 Mar 2019

Are you searching for a scientific endeavour during the COVID-19 pandemic? Do you want to collaborate with other scientists in creating synchrotron experiments? Well, The Diamond Light Source has a game for you, Diamond: The Game, created by Claire Murray, Mark Basham (Diamond Light Source) and Matthew Dunstan (University of Cambridge) and can be downloaded from the link below!

Want to learn about Chemistry and have fun at the same time? Now you can, visit d-Orbital Games founded by Dr Zachary Thammavongsy!

Alxej's COVID-19 infographic
The COVID-19 Dashboard by Professor Alexej Jerschow of NYU with some unique features such as plotting country and state policy data on mask-wearing, school closings, stay at home requirements, government response index, along with the covid cases data!

Do you want to uncover your unconcious biases - then head over to Harvard's Project Implicit: