The NMR facility provides access to high-field NMR instrumentation (600 MHz and 700 MHz) along with training and consultation in the application of state-of-the-art NMR methods for both small and large biomolecules. The NMR facility serves as a research resource and shared instrument facility for research programs at NC State University as well as other academic and industrial institutions in the South East region. The NMR facility was established with funding from NC State University, NSF, NIH, the North Carolina Research Campus and the North Carolina Biotechnology Center. General guidelines and policy for allocation of time on the NMR spectrometers and the operating policy of the NMR facility are established and periodically reviewed by the NMR faculty advisory board. Please navigate through the links above for scheduling and more information.