You can find all the videos of the lectures given during our first and second series of webinars on NMR relaxometry theory and applications as well as the day of webinars held on 8th May 2020 on Stelar's YouTube channel "Stelar NMR" at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYtQOJmiMMM7FIfsZ...
Springer and coworkers in USA have published a paper on the T1 relaxation times (R1) of intra- and extracellular water. Indeed, the difference in R1 of intracellular and extracellular water is significant and increases with decreasing magnetic field strength. This could be translated into a preclinical or clinical setting where an MRI scan at very low magnetic field could reveal tumours without the need for a contrast agent: FFC-MRI!
Experimental evidence from the Aime group in Torino, Italy backs use of intracellular T1 at low and variable fields as a biomarker for tumours.
CHOCOLATE - a feast for our senses! Indeed, FFC relaxometry can be used to study chocolate ingredients. FFC was used by University of Leeds/Nestlé to study the self-diffusion properties of cocoa butter. The advantage of FFC is evident below 1MHz where the technique shows good sensitivity to phase changes of cocoa butter.
Fitteia is an open access online fitting program for NMR relaxometry
data developed by expert Prof. Pedro Sebastiao from the Universidade de
Lisboa, Portugal. We recommend you try this program to fit NMRD data
obtained from Stelar FFC relaxometers. To use the tool, simply follow
the instructions to register on the website: http://fitteia.org/
18 November 2020
11 November 2020
4 November 2020
28 October 2020
21 October 2020
14 October 2020
29 May to 23 July 2020
All lectures in this series can be found on Stelar's YouTube channel "Stelar NMR": https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYtQOJmiMMM7FIfsZ...
8 May 2020
COST Action EURELAX and Stelar hosted a day of webinars on NMR relaxometry on 8th May 2020.
All webinars can be found on Stelar's YouTube channel "Stelar NMR": https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYtQOJmiMMM7FIfsZ...
5-7 June 2019
The 2019 edition of the FFCRelax conference was held in Pisa, Italy. The conference is held every second year. The next FFCRelax conference will be scheduled in the summer of 2021 in Cambridge, UK. Details will be made available at a later date.
19-22 March 2019
The COST workshop on NMR relaxometry for interdisciplinary and
industrial applications was successful in transmitting a lot of
high-quality science and how both the classical time domain relaxometry
at low and high fields and Fast Field Cycling relaxometry, covering a
wide range of magnetic fields, can be used as powerful complimentary
techniques. Industrial participants came away with a positive impression
of NMR relaxometry and new insights into the power of these techniques.
18-22 February 2019
A good attendance at the COST relaxometry data analysis training school
in Pavia, Italy. Understanding theories and software used to elaborate
relaxometry data is a hot topic for many newcomers to NMR relaxometry.
Events like this help to spread the understanding and use of NMR
relaxometry, thanks to COST action 15209 EURELAX!