- Mass Spectrometry
- Flow cytometry
- Electron paramagnetic resonance
- Biodesign Institute core facilities
The Biodesign Institute offers a variety of tools and services including microscopy, bioinformatics, biosurface chemistry, genomics, a plasmid repository, cell sorting, microbiome analysis, NAPPA protein array, mass spectrometry and peptide microarrays.
- Bioimaging Facility - Keck Division (optical microscopy)
- Cryogenic electron microscope (Cryo-TEM)
- DNA Laboratory
- Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Laboratory
Chemical and Environmental Characterization
- Magnetic resonance (NMR/MRI)
- Environmental analysis
- Ultrafast laser spectroscopy
- Molecular structure and dynamics
ASU offers advanced technology and expert services to university and industry researchers in environmental characterization and analysis; characterization and structure determination by nuclear magnetic resonance; and advanced laser technologies and instruments including femtosecond spectroscopy.
Instrument Design and Fabrication
- Research support
- Ultra high vacuum
Materials Characterization and Synthesis
- Aberration corrected EM
- Ion beam analysis
- X-ray diffraction
- High-pressure synthesis
The LeRoy Eyring Center for Solid State Science provides academic and industry researchers with open access to advanced facilities and equipment for materials characterization; surface, optical and structural analysis; and high-resolution electron microscopy.
Facilities within LE-CSSS include:
NanoFab and Cleanroom
- Thin film deposition
- Device fabrication
- Plasma etching
- Thermal processing
- Wet chemical processing
ASU NanoFab offers the expertise and equipment to fabricate micro- and nano-scale devices in the NanoFab’s 3,800-square-foot class 100 cleanroom and eight auxiliary labs. Academic, industrial and government researchers use the labs and equipment to fabricate silicon, compound semiconductor, micro-electro-mechanical (MEMs), nano-fluidic and optoelectronic devices.
- High performance computing (HPC)
- Super compute
- Big data
ASU Research Computing is a leading academic supercomputing facility. We provide high-performance, device- and platform-agnostic computing environments to support your research data needs.