Big news coming soon…..

Bristol University has been named as one of the new BBSRC funded Synthetic Biology centres. The Bristol centre, named as BrisSynBio (but subject to change) encompasses a core grouping of 15 PIs and a wider network of CoIs with a shared vision of synthetic biology at Bristol. As part of our equipment allocation we are seeking to purchase a new 700 MHz micro-cryo coil spectrometer to support a number of molecular targets, both small and large, directly related to synthetic biology targets. The 700 MHz instrument will be housed in the biological NMR facility currently under the direction of Professor Matthew Crump and we hope this will be commissioned by late 2014 or early 2015.