Shared Instrumentation


Inspired by the designs of successful university science buildings around the country, Tracy Hall Science Center is a state-of-the-art facility with features that are breathtaking, eco-friendly, and ingenious. Our modern laboratories and field equipment offer students additional training opportunities as they pursue their degree programs.

Current research is diverse and ranges from the regeneration of the central nervous system in zebrafish (applications to human stem cell therapy) to taking air measurements for atmospheric physics, and from understanding microbial ecology of aging Cheddar to chemical microanalysis of a variety of solid materials.

Please let us know if you have questions or would like to learn more about our research and/or the functionality of our equipment.



Instrument Overview

Manuals and SOPs

Book The Instrument

Instrument Fees

-80C Freezer Availability

For More Information

Leigh Komperda

College of Science
Instrumentation Manager
Tracy Hall 222