A June symposium, “From Molecules to Mind: Celebrating the Contributions of Robert G. Shulman to Biological NMR,” honored Robert G. Shulman, Ph.D., Sterling Professor Emeritus of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry, for his use of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) to study metabolic pathways in live subjects. Shulman, a pioneer in magnetic resonance research, has used high-field NMR spectroscopy to follow chemical reactions and brain activity and to develop methods for localizing brain function. The symposium drew researchers and colleagues from around the world.