Attention researchers! The UNH Research Computing Center is hosting its first Research Computing Day in Morse Hall on Thursday, March 24th beginning at 2pm. RCC Day is an event for researchers from all disciplines to see what RCC can do for them and to learn how other researchers work with RCC.
There will be 20 minute presentations by RCC staff and collaborators, a concurrent expo-style poster session in the Morse Hall atrium, and tours of the Lenharth Data Center. Information will be available on such topics as:
Kinetic and dynamic studies can be done on nearly all NMR active elements. Both 1-D and 2-D experiments are now offered including: INEPT, DEPT, carbon-carbon coupling detection (INADEQUATE), COSY, NOESY, ROESY, TOCSY, HMQC/HSQC/HMBC, and many others.
The unit has two lasers for exciting fluorochromes: an argon laser, which emits sapphire-colored light at 488 nm, and a red diode laser emitting light at 635 nm. This unit is best suited for the analysis of aqueous suspensions of cells or particles with diameters between 1 and 50 um (microns). Ideally samples should contain 500,000 cells or particles per mL.
When polarized light is passed through a solution containing an optically active compound, the polarized light will rotate clockwise or counter-clockwise. The specific rotation is calculated based on the observed optical rotation by taking into account the cell length and sample concentration.
Research Faculty are sometimes subject to unexpected changes in grant funding due to factors beyond their control and occasionally need time to secure new funding without loss of their employment. The options described below have been developed to meet this challenge of fluctuating funding.