The facility features a small animal imaging and spectroscopy system that provides in vivo and ex vivo imaging and detection of morphological and dynamic changes without depth limitation.
Biology Advanced Biotechnology Core
The Cell, Protein and CAN core facilities offer analytical and quantitative tools that provide researchers the capability and technological expertise to pursue molecular-based research goals.
This facility provides advanced light and electron microscopy imaging-based analytical capabilities primarily through the use of laser scanning confocal microscopy, biological light microscopy and electron microscopy.
Center for High Angular Resolution Astronomy (CHARA)
The flagship project of CHARA is its optical interferometric array of six telescopes on Mount Wilson, Calif., arguably the most powerful instrument of its kind in the world.
Mass Spectrometry Core
This research resource to provide modern instrumentations and expertise in the analysis of chemical and biological molecules with state-of-the-art mass spectrometers.
This facility helps faculty, staff scientists, and student researchers perform biological assays, histology, experimental design and analysis, and other laboratory operations, methods, and procedures including laboratory safety.
NMR Spectroscopy Core
This facility provides NMR technical expertise and support, supporting collaborative research and consultation, promoting interdisciplinary discovery and innovative thinking within the campus and the capital community.
Physics & Astronomy Instrument Shop
The instrument shop is a design, fabrication, repair and consultation facility that has three CNC machines and several manual lathes and mills, cutting tools, grinders, and presses for use on a variety of materials.
Chemistry Core facilities include capacity for computational analysis, culture and fermentation, DNA sequencing and protoemics, and imaging.