Amritsar, February 24 : Prof. A.S. Brar, Vice-Chancellor of Guru Nanak Dev University has been elected President of National Magnetic Resonance Society of India (NMRS) for a period of three years during the National Conference-NMRS-2012 of the Society held recently at Bangalore.
A University spokesman said that as the President, Prof. Brar’s responsibility will be to enhance the Magnetic Resonance related activities throughout the country and the world else were. The Magnetic Resonance also includes Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and the development of MRI is a part of Magnetic Resonance activity, he added.
The NMRS was established in the year 1995, with the aim of bringing together scientists working in areas such as nuclear magnetic resonance, electron spin resonance, nuclear quadrupole resonance and related fields.
Annual national symposia are held at various places under the auspices of the Society. Many Nobel Laureates are members of National Magnetic Resonance Society and many Nobel Laureates have delivered Invited Lectures in the Symposia organized by it.