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 was featured in a RICH EUROPE webinar on November 28th, presenting its transnational access opportunities for chemistry users across seven European sites. The event facilitated collaboration with other Horizon projects, promoting synergy and exploring additional transnational access opportunities within the research community.

In the heart of Florence, PANACEA's 2nd Annual User Meeting unfolded over two days, spotlighting Solid-state NMR research. Day 1 and day 2 delved into applications across domains. The event, held on November 15th and 16th, united a diverse community of researchers, fostering collaboration and innovation in research. Thanks to all contributors for making the PANACEA Annual User Meeting a success.

CNRS Lyon and Elkem collaborated on a taster day for the PANACEA project, showcasing solid-state NMR analysis on Elkem Silicone. Successful results suggest a potential for ongoing collaboration in the future.


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.
16 Jun - 21 Jun 2024

PANACEA Solid-state NMR School in Venice - Fundamentals of solid-state NMR spectroscopy for chemists


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.