regservo activation crack The CFNMR Centre was established in 2006 with SRIF2 funding as part of a £5.2 million package allocated by Imperial College London for state-of-the-art upgrading of analytical facilities within the Division of Molecular Biosciences, Department of Chemistry and Department of Biomolecular Medicine.  The versatility of NMR has resulted in its application in a diverse range of research and the centre was set up with the goals of:

  •  Promoting cross-faculty interaction and collaboration.
  •  Supporting and extending Imperial's outstanding international reputation in the field of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy. 
  •  Cost efficiency through the sharing of common resources.

cracked glass on ipad air  The centre was formally opened by the then Rector of the college, Sir Richard Sykes, in September 2006.