Instrumentation. Credit: Tony Mastres
Credit: Tony Mastres

About Our Lab

The Han lab uses advanced magnetic resonance choreography and precise manipulation and detection of electron and nuclear spin probes located on biomolecular and materials surfaces to uncover their structure, the design rules for molecular recognition, and the surface structuring and dynamics of hydration water. The Han lab is pushing the frontier of electron and nuclear spin magnetic resonance instrumentation and concepts in dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP) amplified nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR)  and electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR). We are motivated by the power of “Seeing is Believing”. Visualizing molecular interactions and materials interfaces, previously "invisible", fundamentally transform our ability to discover solutions, and almost as importantly, ask new questions.

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