Report 3 : The 2nd annual meeting of qNMR-J

On December 4, 2020, the 2nd Annual Meeting of the Committee for the Development of qNMR Technology in Japan was held in Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan. In spite of the corona disaster, we took countermeasures against infection and conducted the meeting face-to-face with the cooperation of all participants. 62 people attended the meeting. On another day, an online mixer for information exchanging was held. The third meeting is scheduled on December 3, 2021, in Tokyo (Microbial Chemistry Research Foundation).

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Report 2 : The first annual meeting of qNMR-J

The 1st Annual Meeting of the Committee for the Development of qNMR Technology in Japan was held on December 13, 2019 in Tokyo, Japan. The meeting was co-organized with the Quantitative NMR Club (AIST), and there were 5 talks and 17 poster presentations. The total number of participants was 115, and the mixer for information exchange was attended by about 50 people. Preparations for membership recruitment are gradually being made, and on the day of the meeting, we announced the membership recruitment information. The second meeting is scheduled in December at the National Institute of Health Sciences in Kawasaki City.

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Report 1 : qNMR symposium 2018 in Tokyo

QNMR Symposium was held in Tokyo on October 31, 2018. This symposium commemoratated the establishment of Committee for the Development of qNMR Technology in Japan.
The theme was “Recent Progress and Future Prospects for qNMR”. The symposium was intended to establish a platform for information exchange and educational activities in ways that promote qNMR to the next-generation of quantitative analysis, which is the ultimate goal of the committee. Specifically, participants learned about the latest ISO application and standardization activities, while engaged in an interactive program that would provide an opportunity to utilize and share the research and activities of participants, including brainstorming of ideas for broad dissemination of ISO standardization activities. About 50 researchers from industry, government and academia discussed various issues and ideas with a focus on food analysis and education in the symposium. Addressing open questions from those researcheds is expected to drive action of the working group of Quantitative NMR Research Group in the future.

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qNMR symposium 集合写真 / Group picture