The Biological Science Imaging Resource (BSIR) are dedicated to making state of the art transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and confocal microscopy available to everyone without multimillion dollar investments in instruments and facilities. It offers affordable, state of the art, remote robotic TEM imaging using FEI’s Titan Krios™ operated by staff with decades of EM experience.
The largest and highest-powered magnet lab in the world, the National MagLab hosts more than a thousand visiting scientists a year. Researchers use the facilities for free, advancing understanding of materials and new technology, energy, health, the environment, and even the universe.
The Analytical Lab and Research Facility incorporates state-of-the-art laboratory equipment for performing biological analyses, developing methods to aid in research, and training faculty and graduate students in equipment operation and research techniques.
The DNA Sequencing Facility offers sequencing and fragment analysis services using an Applied Biosystems 3730 Genetic Analyzer with Capillary Electrophoresis.
The Molecular Cloning Facility provides expertise and assistance in designing and implementing molecular biology techniques.
As a multiuser research facility, Mass Spectrometry Laboratory (MASS Lab) provides access to a wide range of mass spectrometry instruments for organic and biological samples.
The Materials Characterization Laboratory (MAC Lab) is a multiuser research facility allowing access to a variety of sophisticated instruments to allow the characterization of materials.
The Translational Science Laboratory provides the physical space, applied technologies, and PhD level staff to serve scientists at Florida State University and elsewhere in their scientific pursuits. TSL houses state-of-the-art proteomics, metabolomics, and genomics equipment. In addition, TSL staff provide experimental consultation, sample processing, data analysis, along with grant and manuscript assistance in these technologies.