The BioCore manages shared laboratory equipment within MCDB, EBIO and IPHY departments.https://www.colorado.edu/facility/tcurtius/ Shared equipment is located within shared spaces in Porter B056 and Ramaley C335, as well as throughout the three departments in faculty research laboratories.
The CU BOULDER CENTER FOR CRYO-ET (CCET) is part of an NIH Common Fund initiative to advance the application of cryoelectron tomography (cryoET).
Boulder Electron Microscopy Service is a full service facility offering conventional, tomographic, and cryo electron microscopy expertise.
Our cell sorter and ADP analyzer.
Recently added to MCDB, the GE Typhoon Scanner is open to all and offers high resolution fluorescense, phosphorimaging, and densitomtry scanning.
The mission of the Light Microscopy Core Facility (LMCF) is to provide labs from the University of Colorado and the surroundings community with access and support to advanced imaging research instrumentation.
The MCDB Transgenics Facility has undergone a lot of changes. The Office of Animal Resources has taken over responsibility for all transgenic facility operations.
The CU-Boulder Stem Cell Research and Technology Resource Center is a campus-wide shared facility with the mission of promoting interdisciplinary research utilizing human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs).
Look here for shared biological equipment located in various departments on campus.
The core provides rapid production of peptides for research purposes and training in peptide methods.