The Danish NMR Consortium
“The strength of Danish NMR is that we cover wide with a lot of unique groups and ideas, but despite being so different we are good at integrating each other’s research and helping each other.” “The strength of Danish NMR is that we cover wide with a lot of unique groups and ideas, but despite being so different we are good at integrating each other’s research and helping each other.”
– Kaare Teilum (UCPH)
DANNMR Invites You To Learn More About Our Research Outcomes
In a constantly moving environment, the Danish NMR Consortium aims to build bridges linking the scientific progression that takes place in the different groups spread across Denmark that use high-field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. We believe these scientific outcomes can lead to revolutionize a wide spectrum of fields, from basic science to industry.
We encourage you to learn more about the scientific progress and the impact of DANNMR in diverse areas such as environmental science, material science, biological and chemical science, applied science and engineering.
The 44th Annual DANNMR Meeting
The 44th annual Danish NMR meeting was held on January 2023 at Konventum, in Helsingør. The 96 participants gathered in Jorns auditorium to share the newest advances of the research groups within our community.
Meet Our Board Members
Our board is conformed by both University representatives and Industry representatives that guarantee the collaboration between the Academia and our industry partners
Value For Researchers
The Danish NMR Consortium aims to add value both for scientists in Academia and Industry that share NMR spectroscopy as a main research technique.
“The strength of Danish NMR is that we have a long tradition for developing and using the method and Denmark is generally acknowledged within the field internationally. Within Danish NMR, the groups are good at collaborating plus providing and obtaining new instruments. The different labs in Denmark complement each other and are covering wide within the field of NMR.”
“The NMR groups within Denmark complement each other and despite doing very different research, they all share the analysis technique. This common factor enables collaboration and common problem solving. Denmark has a great NMR-infrastructure, with a high number of spectrometers compared to the country size, in relation to other countries. The great expertise in DANNMR, originating 55 years ago, could have played a major role in this.”
Aarhus University (AU)
The Danish NMR Consortium has a relevant impact in many different fields of research. We believe that sharing our experiences and outcomes with the community is important to build bridges, create cooperation opportunities and promote our scientific progress.
New NMR-methods can help uncover the secrets of proteins and their functions
Professor Kaare Teilum (UCPH) tells us about his research on proteins and the impact that this approach can have in health.
NMR is a key-technique for understanding the structure of carbonated cement paste, capturing CO2 emissions
Professor Jørgen Skibsted (AU) assesses the possibilities of sustainable cement.
NMR spectroscopy can help the sustainable sciences catch up
Associate Professor Sebastian Meier (DTU) contributes to the establishment of more sustainable materials and processes
NMR spectroscopy unites the Danish industry and academic world
Flemming Hofmann Larsen highlights the importance of a close collaboration between companies and universities and how fruitful these relationships can be
Have Any Questions?
We are always happy to answer your doubts and provide information about our research and events!