The Danish NMR Consortium

The Danish NMR Consortium connects all academic research groups in Denmark that use high-field NMR spectroscopy. It covers in total 22 research groups, distributed in 10 departments and in all 6 universities in Denmark.

The Danish NMR consortium has driven the development of NMR research in Denmark via a coherent, consistent and collaborative effort building around a historic tradition for purchasing and sharing national instruments, initiated by the first 270 MHz in the 1970s.

This has made NMR research in Denmark internationally highly recognized and it covers research from environmental science, material science, biological and chemical science to applied science and engineering. Furthermore, a long standing tradition of a yearly scientific meeting with around 100 participants has tied a close knot between NMR in academia and industry which continues to spur new developments and new research directions.

Read the statutes of DANNMR here (In danish!).


Ulla Gro Nielsen receives Carlsberg grant for a new MAS probe

Niels Christian Nielsen receives NERD grant

New open NMR facility in Copenhagen - cOpenNMR

The Danish Center for Ultrahigh Field NMR Spectroscopy is part of a new EU project - PANACEA

New 1.2 GHz NMR Spectrometers — New Horizons


Danish NMR on the national Roadmap