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Two elements that appear to have a significant impact on how the majority of NMR facilities are organised are experience and needs. Like all research facilities, NMR requires trust from its staff because of the expense and complexity of running the facility. Students are great resource, but they’ll need to be instructed on how to use new equipment effectively.

Engineers should be able to spot potential faults, such as missing safeguards, malfunctioning parts, or blockages, easily. But if they don’t have adequate knowledge of how to use the equipment, they may not be able to identify a malfunctioning machine. This could put them at a higher risk of damaging the system or even injuring themselves.

Everybody, from undergraduates to post-docs, needs as much training as possible, so they can learn to optimise their experiments as well as troubleshoot any issues. This makes ongoing training an essential part of managing any facility.

Additionally, ensuring that data collection is accurate ensures validity for all studies, so managing your facility should reflect this.


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