The International Council on Magnetic Resonance in Biological Systems (ICMRBS) organizes biennial conferences that have grown substantially in both size and scope since the initial meeting in 1964. Besides covering important new developments in the use of EPR and in vivo NMR, the meeting is widely considered one of the premier meetings in the rapidly growing field of protein and nucleic acid structure determination by multi-dimensional NMR techniques. The Council membership, which consists of organizers of meetings over the preceding ten years, invites suggestions for future conferences.
Conference venues rotate among North America, Europe, and other centers of biomolecular magnetic resonance activity. Each conference aims to develop an in-depth evaluation of the current status of the field and to determining the directions where magnetic resonance could have the greatest impact on addressing biologically important problems.
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