The Chemistry-Biology Interface

In today's multidisciplinary research environments, research projects and research centers focusing on a particular topic require researchers with very different areas of expertise. Accordingly, the educational diversity of people employing NMR as a research tool is high, and involves much more than the classical "chemical" disciplines. Because of the unique potential of NMR as a tool that probes nuclear ("atomic") properties, qNMR is a potential asset in the toolcase of researcher from many fields. Altogether they define what is considered the chemistry-biology (or biology-chemistry) interface: