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Dr. Filip Bureŝ
Professor Ing.,
Department of Chemical Technology

University of Pardubice



“We have it directly on the floor so it's very accessible to all people. Within a minute they will have a result.
We can also share the data quite easily. We can connect the NMReady to the network and all the students, all the employees, can access data quite easily. Generally, we are screening many fractions from the column chromatography...”

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Dr. Mark Werth
Professor,
Department of Chemistry

Nebraska Wesleyan University



“It takes less than 10 minutes to train a student to use the NMReady-60…as opposed to the hours that it would take with our old higher field superconducting magnet system.”

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Melissa Edmondson
Teaching Technician,
Department of Chemistry

Kings College London



“Kings Chemistry purchased the Nanalysis 60 MHz benchtop NMR back in 2013 and over the years it has become an integral part of the laboratory programme. Undergraduate students typically run both their starting materials and products for the majority of their synthesis. The frequent use and in lab data analysis means NMR interpretation becomes second nature to our students by the time they reach year 3.”


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Dr. Teather Sundstrom
Assistant Professor
Department of Science

Valley City State University



“Our NMReady-60 works just as great now as it did 4 years ago when it was purchased. Its compact size makes it easy to accommodate in a teaching lab and the experiments are so easy to run. This instrument is a valuable tool for our small liberal arts students to learn from and we couldn’t be happier with it!”

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Dr. Tammy Davidson
Senior Lecturer, Department of Chemistry
University of Florida



“The Chemistry Department at the University of Florida started using benchtop NMR here in our labortories in 2013. Prior to that we were using our departmental research instruments but we weren't able to get our students any hands experience with the NMR. When we heard benchtop NMR was available we were very excited to be able to provide that to our students!”

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Dr. Michael Katz
Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry
Memorial University



“For children, the microscope is one of the first opportunities by which students can more closely examine the world around them. NMR is the microscope for the synthetic chemist; the benchtop NMR is the microscope of our chemistry undergraduate curriculum.”


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Dr. Kenneth Metz
Adjunct Professor of Chemistry Director of Advanced Chemistry Laboratories
Boston College Chemistry



“Hands-on NMR is a big step forward for our undergraduate labs”

 
 
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Dr. Michael Mosher
Professor & Chair of
Chemistry and Biochemistry

University of Northern Colorado



“… this is the way to go for organic chemistry teaching labs. The NMReady works like a charm!!! We love it.”

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Dr. Sumod A. Pullarkat
Senior Lecturer, Division of Chemistry and Biological Chemistry
Nanyang Technological University



“It is great that we have been able to make a real NMR spectrometer available to each first year undergraduate student, in the same way as we do for FT-IR and other spectrometers. The unique ability of the benchtop system to plug the gap between theory and actual hands-on experience has been greatly appreciated by our students.”

 
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Dr. Carlos Velázquez-Martínez
Associate Professor, Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
University of Alberta



“… having the instrument in our lab has greatly increased the rate at which we generate research results”