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At NCCOS’s Hollings Lab in Charleston , S.C.: Research from Atoms… to Ecosystems: New NMR Technology Shows Great Promise

Scientists at NCCOS’s Center for Human Health Risk (CHHR) in Charleston, S.C., have some powerful new technology available to them in the form of two just-installed world-class nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) instruments.

Two newly installed world-class nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) instruments housed at the new Hollings Marine Laboratory building in Charleston, S.C., offer great promise for NCCOS's human health and coastal ocean research.

Two newly installed world-class nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) instruments housed at the new Hollings Marine Laboratory building in Charleston, S.C., offer great promise for NCCOS's human health and coastal ocean research.

The new technology is expected to be a focal point of the laboratory’s plans to address a range of human health and coastal ocean research areas of prime importance to NCCOS and its CHHR partners. (See this feature from January 2005 for information on CHHR and its unique partnerships.)

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