27th Annual Meeting. Monday 21st to Friday 25th March 1994. Abedare Hall and the School of Chemistry, The University of Wales, Cardiff
Cardiff UniversityInternational Conference. Electron Spin Resonance of Inorganic radicals and Metal Ions in Inorganic and Biological Systems.

Plenary Lectures

Exchange coupling in linear trinuclear Ni(II)(III)(IV) complexes. Professor K. Wieghardt Ruhr University, Bochum, Germany
ENDOR of Metalloproteins. Dr David Lowe, University of Sussex
Applications of electron spin echo modulation spectroscopy to transition metal ions in molecular sieves. Professor Larry Kevan, University of Houston, Texas, USA
Molecular dynamics of radicals in single crystals: ESR, ENDOR and ESE studies. Professor M. Brustolon, University of Padua, Italy
Recent developments in high field CWESR: applications in chemistry and biology. Dr L. C. Brunel, CNRS, Grenoble, France.
EPR characterization of the Cr(V) intermediates in the Cr(VI/V) oxidations of organic substrates and in Cr induced cancers. Professor P. A. Lay, University of Sydney, Australia.
Magnetic states in molecular conductors. Dr P. Day, The Royal Institution, London
Weak field ESR and dynamic nuclear polarization on free radicals: application to magnetometry and oximetry. Dr N. Kernevez, Centre d'etudes nucléaires de Grenoble, France.
ENDOR on mononuclear metalloproteins: structure determination of the prosthetic group from a randomly oriented specimen. Professor J. Hütterman, Universität des Saarlandes
Non coincident g and hyperfine matrix principal axes: a new twist in ESR powder spectra. Professor Phil Rieger, Brown University, Rhode Island, USA.

The Bruker Lecture

Creation and Detection of Coherence and Polarization in Pulsed EPR. Professor A. Schweiger, University of Zurich.
+ 15 short lectures and 47 posters. The Bruker Lecture was published in J.Chem.Soc., Faraday Trans., 1995, 91 (2 Jan), 177-190. On tuesday, a reception was held at the Welsh Industrial and Maritime Museum, hosted by Jeol. On wednesday afternoon there were coach excursions to St Fagans Welsh Folk Museum and the Big Pit Mining Museum.