Welcome to the High Field NMR Facility
The Rutgers High Field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) facility is located on the Busch campus of Rutgers University-New Brunswick. We are committed to supporting NMR based structural biology and material sciences research for the University and the surrounding region. The center provides liquid-state and solid-state NMR for academic and industrial users.The facility is supported by two full-time staff members and is a University core facility, financed through usage fees.
The NMR facility is equipped with five high field spectrometers ideal for the most complicated and challenging research in the areas of:
Bio-Solution: Available at 800, 700, and 600 MHz, potential experiments include protein dynamics and structure elucidation and protein-ligand binding.
Bio-Solids: On the 800 and 600 MHz spectrometers, fast magic-angle-spinning (MAS) probes allow for solution-like investigations of membrane proteins, aggregates, and large complexes.
Materials: In addition to the 800 and 600 MHz NMRs, a dedicated 400 MHz instrument is available for work on solid materials such as concrete, polymers, catalysts, and batteries.
Service: Various levels of support are available, ranging from access only, to complete data acquisition and analysis.
Our staff will work with you to schedule a visit or arrange access to or facility.