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An overview of the National Magnetic Resonance Facility at Madison

Take a tour of the National Magnetic Resonance Facility at Madison (NMRFAM) housed in the Department of Biochemistry in this YouTube video produced by WebsEdge/Education.

NMRFAM is a resource for cutting-edge biomolecular NMR investigations, based at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. They maintain technology platforms that use NMR, SAXS, and other biophysical approaches for structure-function studies of proteins, nucleic acids, and biomolecular complexes, and invite challenging biomedical collaborations that guide our technological research. NMRFAM provides experienced staff members to assist with project planning, feasibility studies, data collection, and data analysis, as well as offering workshops and hands-on training to anyone interested in getting to grips with NMR.