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. 


The uniqueness of this triple-channel low temperature solid-state DNP probe lies in separate radiofrequency channels for 1H and 19F Larmor frequency, thus enabling independent pulsing on both proton and fluorine nuclei.

PANACEA organized a lunch workshop at EUROMAR 2023 in Glasgow. Around 70 people participated, and we met potential new users!

The workshop "Solid-state NMR methods for studying quadrupolar nuclei” has been held at the Radboud University in Nijmegen from June 12th to June 16nd 2023.


12 Jun - 16 Jun 2023

Workshop on Solid-state NMR on Quadrupolar NMR

cnrs_20030001_0595_MD.jpgThe workshop is open to PhD students, post-docs and industrial scientists who are already familiar with solid-state NMR techniques and intend to expand their knowledge and skills in terms of more advanced methodology or specific applications involving quadrupolar nuclei. The deadline for registration is March 1st for the online part ( If you opt for the in-person workshop only, you should submit a CV and a letter of motivation to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. before May 12th. Participation is free of charge and includes meals during the workshop, but attendants must pay for their own travel and accommodation expenses. Depending on the budget, we may be able to offer a small allowance for travel expenses after the meeting.
11 Jul 2023

Workshop - EUROMAR 2023

Euromar_logo.pngWe are very please to annouce we will organise a workshop at the EUROMAR conference 2023 in Glasgow. Save the date! PANACEA will deliver a workshop on Tuesday, 11 of July from 12:45 to 1:45pm
User meetings
15 Nov - 16 Nov 2023

Second annual Users meeting in Florence

FlorenceA two-day European forum for high-level discussions between academic and industrial users, and consortium partners on the latest developments in solid-state NMR spectroscopy and their applications in modern chemistry and materials research.

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.