A Primer on the NMR of Biological Macromolecules
Details on the technique that revolutionized biology.

900,000 Daltons
TSRI's newest Nobel laureate Kurt Wüthrich pushes the limits of NMR technology. (News&Views, January 21, 2002)

The World's Most Powerful NMR Magnet
A 900 MHz NMR machine arrived at TSRI last year, giving scientists on campus a powerful new tool to solve biological problems. (News&Views, June 18, 2001)

Press Reports
Media from around the world cover the announcement of the 2002 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

2001 Nobel Watch
Stories from last year's Nobel Prize in Chemistry, awarded to another TSRI scientist, K. Barry Sharpless. (News&Views, Special Edition)

Kurt Wüthrich Wins 2002 Nobel Prize in Chemistry; Second Nobel Prize in a Row for TSRI
TSRI investigator Kurt Wüthrich has been awarded the 2002 Nobel Prize in Chemistry "for his development of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy for determining the three-dimensional structure of biological macromolecules in solution."