Protein Structure Huge Magnets Trot into Harlem | GenomeWeb

In a former college gymnasium at City College in Harlem, the walls are still tiled in gold and blue and conversations echo in the empty swimming pool as if an intercollegiate swim meet were about to start.

But this mothballed gym now hosts a very different kind of intramural effort: It is the home of the New York Structural Biology Center, and it will soon house one of the most powerful collections of magnetic resonance spectroscopy equipment in the world.

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