The Natural Products and Small Molecule Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NPSM NMR) facility serves more than 100 Oregon State researchers and provides fee-for-service spectroscopy and data collection for colleges, universities and businesses across the state. 

The state-of-the-art facility features a Bruker Avance III 700 MHz nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer, one of the most sensitive carbon-detecting magnets in the world, as well as two 400 MHz spectrometers for more routine spectroscopic needs. As one of the premier sites in the U.S. for analysis and structural determination of natural products and other carbon-based molecules, the NMR offers tools to help researchers develop new therapeutic compounds for treating human diseases.