Research infrastructure

Life sciences

Research infrastructure

Life sciences

SwedNMR

SwedNMR provides increased access to NMR instrumentation and expertise within biomolecular NMR, materials NMR and translational NMR.

SwedNMR gathers together NMR instrumentation and expertise at six Swedish nodes into a national infrastructure, where user support and instrument investments are coordinated at national level.

Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is a technology with a broad area of use for many research projects and with great scientific potential, in areas such as life sciences, chemistry and physics. Access nodes are located at the University of Gothenburg, Umeå University and Stockholm University/KTH Royal Institute of Technology, and are complemented by expert nodes with specific competence at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala University, Linköping University, Chalmers University of Technology and Karolinska Institutet.

In biomolecular NMR, the focus is on studies of the structure, interaction and dynamics of proteins and RNA, materials NMR is based on fixed-phase NMR, and translational NMR focuses on metabolomics, in-cell NMR and small molecule studies.

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