Analytical & Biological Mass Spectrometry Facility
The Mass Spectrometry Facility provides state-of-the-art support in a variety of research areas on-and off-campus. Services include molecular weight and chemical composition determinations, structure elucidations and compounds analysis.
The Analytical Biophysics Core facility helps peers and students in the design of experiments such that resulting data will be maximally beneficial, develops new methodologies that are either unique to the science or merely reconstructions of heavily used devices, and help in grant writing and procurement and refurbishment, replacement and reagent sharing.
Part of the College of Agriculture and Live Sciences, the Arizona Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (AzVDL) provides diagnostic assistance in animal health to veterinarians, animal owners, university researchers, and state and federal agencies.
The Cryogenics & Compressed Gas Facility (CGF) supplies cryogenic liquids, gases, and dry ice across campus and outside the University. With its knowledgeable and experienced team, the Facility is the designated provider for all such products at the UA.
The Imaging Cores, Kuiper – Electron Microscopy provide access to cutting-edge instrumentation for electron microscopy – the backbone of nanotechnology – and Raman spectroscopy. Experienced personnel can assist and facilitate research.
IC Marley is available to help researchers with light microscopy-based research projects. Housing state-of-the-art laser scanning confocal microscopes, it offers technical support to advance scientific inquiry and aid in experimental design.
The Micro/Nano Fabrication Center, or MNFC, offers industrial space and facilities, device processing, and characterization equipment to researchers from academia, federal agencies, and the private sector.
HRUF provides small-animal ultrasound imaging with axial resolution down to 30 microns. With the VisualSonics Vevo 2100, as well as data management and analysis software, the system can be used for biomedical research and material characterization
The Magnetic Resonance Research Facility (MRRF) supports MRI research within the University community and for industry partners in pharmaceuticals, health care, veterinary care, and behavioral sciences.
The University of Arizona Genetics Core, or UAGC, processes biological materials including tissue, blood, cells, DNA or RNA and produces genetic data such as DNA sequences, mutational profiles, transgenic state and gene expression analysis.