The Swedish NMR Centre is a national research infrastructure located at the University of Gothenburg. We are open to users from Sweden and the rest of the world. Researchers come to the Swedish NMR Centre to use NMR spectroscopy to study everything from protein structures to various material properties and biomarkers in blood.
The centre offers access to instrumentation and support at the infrastructure. The Swedish NMR Centre is to first and foremost support academic research locally, nationally and internationally and support education. As long as time and resources permit, it can support industrial research in Sweden. Since 2016 the Swedish NMR Centre has been part of SciLifeLab, a national institute for molecular biosciences. As far as the NMR Centre is concerned, the focus is on structural biology, chemical biology and metabolomics. The latter is an area of research that has come to the fore in the biosciences in recent years. With funding from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, the Swedish Research Council and SciLifeLab, special support is provided in the fields of structural biology, chemical biology and metabolomics.