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- Advanced Light Microscopy Facility
- ASU Genomics Facility
- Bioinformatics Facility
- Flow Cytometry Facility
- DNA Shared Resource Facility
- Mass Spectrometry Facility
- Preclinical Imaging
- Clinical and Translational Research Recharge Center
The eleven facilities within the biosciences core offer services and tools including ASU genomics facility, regenerative med, mass spectrometry facility, preclinical imaging, magnetic resonance research center, flow cytometry facility, advanced light microscopy facility, bioinformatics facility, ultrafast laser facility, DNA shared resource facility, and clinical and translational research recharge center.
Clinical Research Services
Arizona State University's Clinical Research Services is dedicated to providing researchers with access to equipment and staff necessary to support or conduct high-quality human clinical research. Our state-of-the-art facilities are designed to support collaborative teams of faculty, students, external researchers, and community outreach groups - all of which are working to develop and conduct research that has direct value and relevance to health challenges in the community.
Clinical Research Services can be provided offsite or at three locations in the Phoenix Metro Area:
- Health Futures Center at Mayo Clinic
- 850 Phoenix Bioscience Core Facility
- Arizona Biomedical Collaborative Research Building
Computing and data services
- Research Computing
- Office of Evaluation & Educational Effectiveness
- Research Data Management
ASU supports research data and high performance computing needs as well as independent evaluation services for both externally and internally funded programs and grants.
Instrument Design and Fabrication
- Research support
- Ultra high vacuum
The Instrument Design and Fabrication Core Facility offers a wide range of services for ASU researchers, peer institutions and private industry partners. With expert staff and capabilities from our Electronics and Machine shops along with our Glassblowing service resources, we are ready to help you accomplish your project goals.
Materials characterization and synthesis
- Aberration corrected EM
- Ion beam analysis
- X-ray diffraction
- High-pressure synthesis
- life Science Electron microscopy
- Synthesis and processing
The Eyring Materials Center provides academic and industry researchers with open access to advanced facilities and equipment for materials characterization; surface, optical and structural analysis; high-resolution and life Science electron microscopy; and materials synthesis and processing notably at high pressure.
Facilities within EMC include:
- John M. Cowley Center for High Resolution Electron Microscopy
- Life Science Electron Microscopy Lab
- Goldwater Materials Science Facility
- Advanced Electronics and Photonics
Our Nanofabrication facilities are equipped with the tools and expertise for advanced device processing, characterization, development and fabrication. With more than 45,000 combined square feet of clean room space, the Core Facilities specialize in nanofabrication, nanoscale processing and electronics design, fabrication, testing and integration.