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What is GRASP NMR?

The Great Plains Regional Annual Symposium on Protein and Biomolecular Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (GRASP NMR) is a regional symposium on macromolecular NMR applications and techniques to help further interconnect and strengthen NMR research within the region, particularly in the area of macromolecular structure and function.

Organizing Institutions and Past Symposia

For many years, GRASP NMR was held at the University of Kansas, in Lawrence, Kansas; and was organized by faculty from Wichita State University, Oklahoma State University, Iowa State University, and the University of Kansas.  Starting in 2023 the symposium location will move around the region. Find out more about our past symposia!

Upcoming 14th Regional GRASP NMR Symposium

The 14th Regional Symposium will be held at Iowa State University on Oct 13-14, 2023