This 600 MHz narrow-bore instrument was installed in late 2000 and is equipped with accessories enabling it to handle most modern NMR experiments. The inverse triple resonance broadband probe can observe and decouple a wide range of nuclei. Its principle function is to study large biological molecules, and provides maximum sensitivity for proton direct observe and proton-detected inverse experiments. Our broadband observe probe is optimized for nuclei other than 1H, e.g. 13C. Our High Resolution Magic Angle Spinning probe (HRMAS) is designed to study small quantities of samples, solid or liquid. This instrument is used for graduate research and is available for use by outside academic or industrial organizations.