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Title: Unconventional Magnetic Resonance Techniques | Pines Lab

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... determination of proteins involved in a wide range of disorders and human diseases Learn more Pines Lab About Research People Publications Seminars Photo Gallery Sign In Unconventional Magnetic Resonance Techniques About the Lab Pines research program involves the development of new nuclear magnetic resonance NMR and magnetic resonance imaging MRI methods and their application to exemplary problems spanning chemistry materials science and biomedicine His laboratory has introduced NMR techniques that make it possible to probe the structure dynamics and function of materials in the solid state His current research interests involve novel approaches to spin polarization detection molecular sensing and miniaturization More About Alex Pines Alexander Pines was born in 1945 He grew up in Rhodesia now Zimbabwe where his lifelong passion for science music and chess was fostered He then went to Israel to study mathematics and chemistry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem graduating with a B Sc in 1967 In 1968 Alex came to MIT where he obtained his Ph D in chemical physics in 1972 and joined the Berkeley Faculty in the same year He was promoted to Associate Professor in 1975 and to Professor in 1980 He is currently the Glenn T Seaborg Professor of Chemistry at Berkeley a Senior Scientist in the Materials Sciences Division of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and a Faculty Affiliate at QB3 the California Institute for Quantitative Biomedical Research More About Our People The Pines Lab is made up of a diverse group of graduate students from the UC Berkeley Department of Chemistry Department of Physics Department of Bioengineering and Biophysics Graduate Group More Current Pinenuts Alumni Sign In History of Innovation Pines is a pioneer in the development and applications of nuclear magnetic resonance NMR spectroscopy In his early work he demonstrated time reversal of dipole dipole couplings...

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