PANACEA brings together and integrates eight national solid-state NMR infrastructures in Europe and in the United States and opens them to all European chemists, from both academia and industry. Funded by the European Commission Horizon 2020 framework program, the project started on September the 1st 2021 for a period of four years. 


PANACEA held a booth at the EUROMAR 2022 conference, we were delighted to meet you!

The University of Gothenburg is looking for a Postdoctor, highly motivated candidates to take up a postdoctoral position developing new methods in DNP-NMR.

It is of interest to gain an atomic-level insight into the nature, strength and location of zeolite acid sites to fathom their reactivity and catalytic behaviour.


30 Aug - 02 Sep 2022

Workshop on solid-state NMR methods for pharmaceutical formulations

2022-08-30_1st-NMR-school-of-PANACEA.jpgSolid-state NMR methods for pharmaceutical formulations. The course targets both experimentalists who wish to use NMR in combination with computational methods, and symmetrically theoretical chemists who wish to incorporate NMR data into their research. Applicants should submit a CV, a letter of motivation and a support letter from your supervisor to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Participation is free of charge and includes meals during the workshop, but attendants must pay for their own travel and accommodation expenses.
User meetings
18 Oct - 19 Oct 2022

First annual user meeting of PANACEA

2022-annual-user-meeting.jpgThe first annual user meeting will take place in Lyon, on the 18th-19th of October 2022. First-time NMR users are particularly encouraged to register.

We encourage all European researchers from academia and industry to use our solid-state NMR facilities, for research projects relevant in any sector of chemistry: pharmaceutics, fuels, batteries, phosphors, cosmetics, sustainable development, polymers, food and feed, crop selection, water treatment, biomaterials, biomaterials, inorganic-organic photoconduction devices, rocks and minerals, cementitious materials, etc.