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Materials Scientist Vik Bajaj Wins Magnetic Resonance Prize

The International Society of Magnetic Resonance (ISMAR) will award the first Anatole Abragam Prize to materials scientist Vikram Bajaj, a researcher in the Alex Pines lab, during the opening session of the ISMAR Congress in Rio de Janeiro in May. The Abragam Prize is awarded every three years to an outstanding young scientist in the field of magnetic resonance. Bajaj was cited for “his achievements in magnetic resonance methodology, including contributions to high field DNP, remote detection of microfluidic flow, optical encoding and detection of magnetic resonance, and new implementations of the xenon biosensor.” More>

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