National access to NMR instrumentation

CERM/CIRMMP provides a mean of 300 days of machine time per year to national external users. All potential users request access through an on-line application for machine-time that is complete from both a qualitative point of view (requested spectrometer and type of experiments) and a quantitative point of view (number of days requested). Applications are evaluated by a panel composed by internal staff and external experts.

Applications are approved on the basis of technical feasibility, scientific relevance and appropriateness. Click here to reach the access form.

Transnational access to NMR instrumentation

CERM/CIRMMP has provided a service for magnetic resonance at the European level since 1994. CERM/CIRMMP provides a mean of 350 days of machine time per year to European external users. Transnational Europaen access to the NMR Infrastructure is offered in the frame of the ESFRI Instruct (www.structuralbiology.eu/) and also through the EC-funded iNEXT project. The description and criteria for access are available here.

Transnational access to non-European users

Transnational access to non-European users is managed directly by the CERM/CIRMMP infrastructure following the rules for National access (see above).

Other NMR Services

CERM/CIRMMP provides access to its instrumentation and its expertise through Bio-Enable, an integrated infrastructure dedicated to industrial research, and through other specialized programs.

For further information contact cermtomtecerm.unifi.it

Access to CERM/CIRMMP Instrumentation

Access for National Users
Access for European Users
is provided through the European
funded project    iNEXT

 

STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY

through INSTRUCT

(both national and transnational access)