Introduce yourself here

Hello and welcome to the qNMR Exchange Community.

Whether you’re new to the topic or you’ve been a here a while, we’re really happy to have you here and helping us build knowledge and best practices within qNMR.

To get started, please introduce yourself. We’re keen to know who you are, what kind of work you’re doing, and how long you’ve been doing it for.

Feel free to invite friend and colleagues who will benefit from be part of our qNMR Exchange community

I am Jie Liu from USP-China, I am in USP Scientific Affairs Team and responsible for Scientific Engagement.

Welcome to qNMR exchange community, please introduce yourself and feel free to ask questions and share your insights with community members.