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Remote NMR (R-NMR): Moving NMR infrastructures to remote access capabilities

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Kategorija
H2020
Iznos financiranja
31.250,00
EUR
Datum početka
1.7.2022.
Datum završetka
30.6.2025.
Status
Aktivan
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Remote NMR (R-NMR): Moving NMR infrastructures to remote access capabilities

Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is a standard analytical method indispensable in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Physics, Material sciences, Geology and Medicine. It serves as the gold standard for the quality control of chemical compounds, (polymeric) materials, and biological molecules including proteins, DNA and RNA. NMR spectrometers are not only installed in all Universities throughout Europe but also in all chemical and pharmaceutical industries. Both in academia and in industries, access to NMR equipment is centrally organized in infrastructural units (infrastructures) due to the high costs of capital investments, the level of specialization needed to exploit all aspects in NMR and technical expertise required to maintain and improve the capabilities of NMR. These physical infrastructures differ widely in terms of their instrumentation and user base, but centralized walk-in access to these facilities is the common standard.

Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR) is one of the major analytical methods applied in all chemical, physical, biological, and medical sciences. NMR's leading role stems from its analytical power in terms of molecular resolution, quantification, reproducibility, and broad application envelope. It requires sophisticated and expensive equipment, operated by scientists with diverse background ranging from service-oriented researchers to highly trained experts. The aggregated capital investment in European NMR facilities, operating at local, national, and European level, exceeds 500 Million Euro. The NMR community maintains excellent networking between sites and serves a broad community within the focal points of European research interests. With the application Remote-NMR (R-NMR), we wish to establish remote access for all NMR users throughout Europe. While routine NMR applications are routine in every university and in industry, more specialized applications are performed in dedicated research infrastructures offering access and help to local and outside users. During the pandemic, NMR infrastructures slowed down their operations to variable degrees, and particularly access by remote users dropped significantly, raising the need to establish standardized procedures for remote access to improve their resilience to adverse external factors. In this proposal an inclusive network of NMR-infrastructures throughout Europe will be established, surveying if and how remote access can be made possible according to the needs of the community, and implementing GDPR at facilities and sample shipment procedures. Routines for remote NMR-usage will be established, including dissemination of research and teaching protocols, archiving of data, and sample shipment. The overall CO2 footprint of the operation of the consortium will be evaluated, as well as its reduction due to the reduction of travels.

Ostali suradnici

Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitaet Frankfurt am Main (BMRZ)
Country: DE
Scientist in charge (Coordinator): Harald Schwalbe

Consorzio Interuniversitario Risonanze Magnetiche Di Metallo Proteine (CIRMMP)
Country: IT
Scientist in charge: Antonio Rosato

The Chancellor, Masters And Scholars Of The University of Oxford (UOXF)
Country: UK
Scientist in charge: Christina Redfield

Centre National De La Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)
Country: FR
Scientist in charge: Anne Lesage

Debreceni Egyetem (DEBNMR)
Country: HU
Scientist in charge: Katalin Kover

Panepistimio Patron (UPAT)
Country: ELU
Scientist in charge: Georgios A. Spyroulias

Universitat Linz (JKU)
Country: AT
Scientist in charge: Frans Mulder

Central European Institute of Technology at The Masaryk University (CEITEC MU)
Country: CZ
Scientist in charge: Radovan Fiala

Aarhus Universitet (AU)
Country: DK
Scientist in charge: Thomas Vosegaard

Asociacion Centro De Investigacion Cooperativa En Biociencias (CICBIO)
Country: ES
Scientist in charge: Oscar Millet

Universitat De Barcelona (UB)
Country: ES
Scientist in charge: Miquel Pons

Universite De Strasbourg (UNISTRA)
Country: FR
Scientist in charge: Burkhard Bechinger

Nantes Université (UNTE)
Country: FR
Scientist in charge: Patrick Giraudeau

Ruder Boskovic Institute (RBI)
Country: HR
Scientist in charge: Vilko Smrecki

Latvijas Organiskas Sintezes Instituts (LIAS)
Country: LV
Scientist in charge: Kristaps Jaudzems

Universiteit Utrecht (UU)
Country: NL
Scientist in charge: Hugo van Ingen

Stichting Radboud Univerisiteit (MRRC)
Country: NL
Scientist in charge: Arno Kentgens

Universitetet I Bergen (UiB)
Country: NO
Scientist in charge: Jarl Underhaug

Uniwersytet Warszawski (UNIWARSAW)
Country: PL
Scientist in charge: Wiktor Kozminski

Universidade Nova De Lisboa (FCTNOVA)
Country: PT
Scientist in charge: Eurico Cabrita

Goeteborgs Universitet (UGOT)
Country: SE
Scientist in charge: Goran Karlsson

Kemijski Institut (NIC)
Country: SI
Scientist in charge: Janez Plavec

The University Of Warwick (UW)
Country: UK
Scientist in charge: Steven Brown

The University Of Birmingham (HWB-NMR)
Country: UK
Scientist in charge: Teresa Carlomagno

Bruker Biospin Gmbh (BRUKER)
Country: DE
Scientist in charge: Ruediger Weisemann

Universitaet Graz (UNI GRAZ)
Country: AT
Scientist in charge: Klaus Zangger

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