The Laboratories include Bioscience Synthetic Chemistry Core Facility for the synthesis of small organic molecules to aid bioscience research, Integrated NanoMaterials Laboratory for nano-materials synthesis and characterization, Electron Imaging Center for NanoMachines, Advanced Light Microscopy/Spectroscopy, Nano and Pico Characterization, the Macro-Scale Small Animal Imaging Facility, and Molecular Screening Shared Resource (MSRR). Additionally, the CNSI Integrated Systems Nanofabrication Cleanroom (ISNC) consists of 8,900 square feet of vertical-flow clean room space and 680 square feet of class 10,000 support space. The clean room is divided into 12 process bays and their associated air return chases. There are 4 class 100 bays (3 of which have yellow lights for lithography applications) and 8 class 1,000 bays, 2 of which form a biology suite with its own dedicated air flow system. A full complement of utilities including high purity DI water, high purity nitrogen, reactive gases, chilled water etc. are available to each process bay. These facilities are located in specifically engineered space for low noise and low vibration to host highly sensitive and demanding equipment such as SEM, TEM, STM, AFM, and eBeam Writer.

For more information, please visit the ISNC webpage.

Last updated
January 17, 2024