British Radiofrequency Spectroscopy Group
The British Radiofrequency Spectroscopy Group (BRSG) was established in 1956 to provide a forum for physicists to discuss their research into various branches of radio spectroscopy and magnetic resonance. The Group maintained an informal structure, combining forces only occasionally with other associated bodies. Its meetings were organised by local members in various locations and with a minimum of administration. Despite the Group's title, its mailing list included many scientists from abroad and in 1975 it met in Paris. In 2000 the BRSG affiliated with the Institute of Physics, and changed its name to the 'BRSG: The Magnetic Resonance Group'.
Principal subject areas within the collection
The collection includes correspondence, minutes of committee meetings, and material relating to BRSG conferences, including abstracts of papers presented at those conferences.
The catalogue of the British Radiofrequency Spectroscopy Group collection is available and searchable through the Manuscripts Online Catalogue: catalogue record
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