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The Biological and Physical Sciences building (BPSB) is intended to provide biology and chemistry research and instructional space. This building will also provide space to foster a growing trend toward “Interdigitated” research, blending themes of quantitative biology and neuroscience with advanced bio- and synthetic chemistry to define new interfaces for scientific inquiry.
The BPSB building includes 7000sf of NMR facility which will house existing and new magnets.
Presently, the NMR facility is housed in another semi-permanent facility on campus where researchers develop new technology for NMR spectroscopy and to make it available to the biomedical research community for structure determination of proteins in biological supramolecular assemblies, such as membrane proteins or virus particles.
FMS was engaged to ensure that the new facility would accommodate the existing and planned magnets from an EMI perspective. This included ensuring that the magnets could be accommodated by the facility, assessment of 5G containment, and other EMI aspects of the instruments.
Over its 20 years, FMS has successfully completed hundreds of EMI projects which included a diverse range of consulting and mitigation services.