Core Facilities and Equipment at Florida Institutions

 

Institution Name Name of Core Additional Information POC About
Florida State University (FSU) Analytical Lab and Research Facility   Margaret Seavy
Dano Fiore (850) 644-5444
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.
Florida State University (FSU) The Biological Science Imaging Resource   Dano Fiore The Biological Science Imaging Resource is a well-equipped, multidisciplinary facility incorporating modern technologies in imaging and analysis. Faculty and students university wide as well as outside users have access to a variety of equipment for use in their research. 
Florida State University (FSU) DNA Sequencing Facility   Steve Miller The DNA Sequencing Facility offers sequencing and fragment analysis services using an Applied Biosystems 3730 Genetic Analyzer with Capillary Electrophoresis. DNA sequencing chemistries are performed using Big-Dye terminator chemistry on double or single stranded DNA and PCR products. They also offer Next Generation Sequencing utilizing an Illumina MiSeq. 
Florida State University (FSU) Hybridoma Facility   Dano Fiore The Hybridoma Facility provides the expertise and assistance necessary for the production of monoclonal antibodies. 
Florida State University (FSU) Molecular Cloning Facility   Dano Fiore The Molecular Cloning Facility provides expertise and assistance in designing and implementing molecular biology techniques.
Florida State University (FSU) Protein Expression Facility (PEF) WAVE bioreactor
BelloCell bioreactor
Joan Hare The primary purpose of the PEF is to facilitate the large scale expression of recombinant proteins in eucaryotic cells.
Florida State University (FSU) Genomics and Personalized Medicine   Daniel Vera The Center for Genomics and Personalized Medicine (CGPM) at Florida State University aims to enable research programs by providing consulting, data analysis support, and training for research projects with genomic components.
Florida State University (FSU) Translational Science Core LTQ
MALDI-TOF
Off-Gel Fractionator
BioAnalyzer
Synapt G2 HDMS
Orbitrap
Xevo TQS
Illumina HiSeq 2500
Roger Mercer This core houses several instruments for proteomic and nucleic acid analyses.
Florida State University (FSU) Histology/Molecular Laboratories Cryostat
Microtome
Vibratome
Ultra-microtome
Nanodrop
Biorad thermal cycler
Scintillation counter
Gamma counter
Fluorescence and Stereo investigator equipped microscope
Lase Capture Microdissection
X-ray film processor
   
Florida State University (FSU) National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, DC Field Facility   Tim Murphy The facility contains 14 resistive magnet cells connected to a 56 megawatt DC power supply and 15,000 square feet of cooling equipment to remove the heat generated by the magnets. The facility also includes several superconducting magnets operating at millikelvin temperatures. Among these instruments are several record holders, including the 45-tesla hybrid magnet, which offers scientists the strongest continuous magnetic field in the world. This facility is available through a peered reviewed application process.
Florida State University (FSU) National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Ion Cyclotron Resonance Facility (ICR)    Chris Hendrickson The facility features Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometers for chemical biological, environmental, and petrochemical applications.  This facility has the highest field ICR magnet available in the world as well as featuring world record mass resolving power.  The facilities combined with custom software allows users to solve problems involving complex mixtures.  This facility is available through a peered reviewed application process.
Florida State University (FSU) National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Electron Magnetic Resonance Facility (EMR)    Steve Hill EPR/ESR has proven an indispensable tool in a large range of applications in physics, materials science, chemistry and biology, including studies of impurity states, molecular clusters, antiferromagnetic, ferromagnetic and thin film compounds, natural or induced radicals, optically excited paramagnetic states, electron spin-based quantum information devices, transition-metal based catalysts; and for structural and dynamical studies of metallo-proteins, spin-labeled proteins and other complex bio-molecules and their synthetic models. This facility is available through a peered reviewed application process.
Florida State University (FSU) National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Nucear Magnetic Resonance Facility (NMR)   Tim Cross This facility provides unique magnets, equipment and expert scientific support with advanced capabilities for technique and instrumentation development. About 20 spectrometers and scanners are available for use with an array of solid state, solution state, MRI/S (animal and human), MR microscopy and diffusion capabilities and techniques. This facility is available through a peered reviewed application process.
Florida State University (FSU) National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Magnet Science and Technology (MS&T)   Mark Bird The division builds systems for the MagLab and works with industry to develop the technology to improve high-field magnet manufacturing capabilities. The division's highly experienced engineers push the state of the art beyond what is currently available in high field magnet systems through research and development. The division also contracts with other institutions to design one-of-a-kind magnet systems; MagLab technology has been adopted by some 20 labs worldwide.
Florida State University (FSU) National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Applied Superconductivity Center (ASC)   David Larbalestier The ASC advances the science and technology of superconductivity and particularly superconductivity applications. We do this by investigating low temperature and high temperature materials through our research grants and through our collaborations with other universities, national laboratories and industry. We continually educate post-graduate, graduate and undergraduate students by our research and public service.
Nova Southeastern University (NSU) Cell Therapy Core   Sara Tavakoli The Cell Therapy Core provides expertise in
processing of cells from primary tissues, expansion
and differentiation of cells including immune and stem
cells, genetic modification of cells by viral vectors, and
development of cell based therapy products, among
other services.
Nova Southeastern University (NSU) Flow Cytometry   Sara Tavakoli The Flow Cytometry Core Facility provides researchers
with sophisticated methods and instrumentation in flow
cytometry, for the fluorescence analysis and preparative
sorting of both human and mouse cells to the BSL-2
plus level.
Nova Southeastern University (NSU) Genomics Core Facility (GCF)   Sara Tavakoli The GCF provides access to sophisticated technologies for
the study of functional genomics with a focus on
rapid run next-generation sequencing (NGS) on
Illumina’s NextSeq 500 platform and direct multiplexed
measurement of gene expression using NanoString’s
novel digital color-coded barcode technology on
the nCounter Analysis System.
Nova Southeastern University (NSU) Imaging   Sara Tavakoli The NSU Imaging Core Facility provides users
with state-of-the-art imaging instrumentation and
microscopy training. The principal assets of the core
consist of the following: a confocal microscope (Zeiss
LSM 880 with Airyscan), an Inverted automated imaging
system (Life Technologies EVOS) and a High-content
screening platform (CellInsight CX7).
Nova Southeastern University (NSU) Vivarium   Sara Tavakoli The state-of-the-art Vivarium Core is outfitted with
Tecniplast greenline IVC cages. Each room is equipped
with temperature, humidity and light controls.
University of Florida (UF) Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy Facility (AMRIS)   Angie Fuhr AMRIS is a state-of-the-art NMR facility for high-resolution solution NMR, solid-state NMR, microimaging, animal imaging, and human imaging. There are currently nine spectrometer systems, including a 750 MHz wide bore, an 11 T/40 cm bore horizontal animal imaging magnet, and two 3T human systems.
University of Florida (UF) Animal Care Services Mouse Models Core ACS Animal Care Services provides oversight for the care and well-being of all animals used for research, teaching, and testing at the University of Florida. ACS maintains AAALAC accredited animal housing facilities and provides animal husbandry services, veterinary care, training, and technical services to UF researchers and instructors.
University of Florida (UF) Bioinformatics   ICBR The Bioinformatics core provides services and expertise on experiment design and analysis of large-scale data sets acquired from next-generation sequencing, gene expression, and mass-spectrometry analytical technologies.
University of Florida (UF) Cell & Tissue Analysis Core (CTAC) In vitro imaging
In vivo imaging
Histology Self-Serve
Email  The CTAC maintains high-end instrumentation as well as standard microscopy systems for the acquisition and analysis of bright field, ultrasonic, intravital, fluorescent, and bioluminescent data from both in vitro and in vivo experimental models. The Histology Self-Serve Lab houses several Histology instruments for hands-on access, as well as the ability to process and paraffin-infiltrate your fixed tissues.
University of Florida (UF) Cytometry   ICBR The Cytometry core provides a variety of tools and expertise for cellular measurements.
University of Florida (UF) Electron Microscopy Core Facility   Email This facility provides consultation, service, teaching, and access to equipment to investigators that wish to incorporate ultrastructural studies in their research program.
University of Florida (UF) Gene Expression & Genotyping   Gene Expression
Genotyping
The Gene Expression service provides state-of-the-art technical services and consultation on Affymetrix and Agilent gene expression arrays and miRNA arrays, RNA-seq libraries (low and high-throughput using the Agilent Bravo robot), sequence capture libraries, and up-to-date gene expression analysis methods, allowing scientists to be on the cutting edge of research.
University of Florida (UF) Molecular Pathology Core Leica LMD7000 Email MPC is a comprehensive histology and microscopy facility for paraffin and frozen blocks and for all aspects of specimen collection, preparation, fixation, processing, staining, and analysis.
University of Florida (UF) Monoclonal Antibody   Email The Monoclonal Antibody core develops new mouse monoclonal antibodies for investigators to use in basic and applied research.
University of Florida (UF) NextGen DNA Sequencing   Email The NextGen DNA Sequencing Core provides high quality, massively parallel, high-throughput sequencing services covering a broad range of applications for biological research.
University of Florida (UF) Powell Gene Therapy Center (PGTC) Vector Core Lab
Human Application Lab
Toxicology Core
Email The PGTC has been instrumental in the development of newer, safer agents for the delivery of therapeutic genes to patients with genetic diseases, such as cystic fibrosis and alpha 1-antitrypsin deficiency. New programs will extend the use of the harmless virus, called AAV, that is used as a carrier for therapeutic genes to the study of other genetic disorders.
University of Florida (UF) Proteomics & Mass Spectrometry   Email Protein Biomarkers provides a variety of services related to biomarker discovery, such as protein abundance analysis using gel-based 2 -D Fluorescence Difference Gel Electrophoresis,  protein separation using 1-D or regular 2-D gel electrophoresis and Western blotting; 2-D gel-based phosphor protein and glycoprotein profiling.
Mass Spectrometry provides a variety of services related to protein fractionation, qualitative and quantitative mass spectrometry analysis, de novo protein sequencing and protein database searching.
University of Florida (UF) Stereotactic Radiosurgery Lab   Frank Bova The RadioSurgery/Biology Lab contains a computer-controlled six Mev linear accelerator for use in cerebrovascular, cancer and fundamental cell and molecular research.
University of North Florida (UNF) Materials Science and Engineering Research Facility (MSERF) MIRA3 FE-SEM
VEGA3 SEM
Oxford Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy
Oxford Electron Backscatter Diffractometry
Shimadzu UV3600
Shimadzu AIM 9000
Paul Eason MSERF offers a variety of materials characterization and testing methodologies, giving users the ability to explore the structure-processing-property relationships of materials. Our partnerships with Tescan, Oxford and Shimadzu afford a variety of materials, characterization methods and techniques.
University of Central Florida (UCF) MicroDevice Prototyping Facility (Cleanroom) Photolithography
Metal Deposition and Lift Off
Materials Growth
Dry Etching
Characterization
Other Device Processing Tools
Cathryn Anderson
Email
 
University of Central Florida (UCF) MicroDevice Prototyping Facility (Cleanroom) Chronos Cathodoluminescence Electron Microscope Leonid Chernyak  
University of Central Florida (UCF) Materials Characterization Physical Electronics
X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometer
XRD #1 Basic Diffraction
XRD #2 Environmental Diffraction
XRD #3 Thin Film Diffraction
Scanning Probe Microsopy - Molecular Imaging
Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry
Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry
Rutherford Backscattering Spectroscopy
Ultramicrotomy
Scanning Electron Microscopy
Confocal Scanning Microscope
Micro-Raman Spectometer
Transmission Electron Microscope
Karen Glidewell
Email
 
University of Central Florida (UCF) Materials Characterization Thermal Mechanical Spectroscopic System Nina Orlovskaya  
University of Central Florida (UCF) Advanced Microfabrication Facility (AMF) Pattern Generator
EVG 620 Dual sided mask aligner
AutoGlow Plasma Asher
LFE Barrel Asher
Nanonex NEX2500 Nano-Imprinter
Quintel Mask Aligner
Tamarak Contact Printer
MJB -3 Mask Aligners
AJA Six-Gun Sputtering System
AJA Three-Gun Sputtering System
AJA 2-Gun, 10 Pocket E-Beam System with Ion-Assist Source
CHA E-Beam Evaporation
EVG 510 Wafer Bonder
Plasma Technology - RIE
Edwards Filament Evaporator
Cryo Filament Evaporation
Cryo Small Single Sputtering
J.A. Woollam Spectral Ellipsometer
Rudolph Ellipsometer
Signatone 8" Four Point Probe
Magnetron Four Point Probe
Keithley CF System
HP 4145B Transistor Analyzer
HP 4192LF Impedance Analyzer
DC Probe Station
Tektronix Curve Tracers
VEECO-Interferometric Profiler
Alpha Step Profilometer
Nikon Measurement Microscope
Nikon Inspection Microscope
Micro-Positioner
Micropositioner - 6 Axis
Mini-Brute 4" Phosphorus and Boron Diffusion furnaces
Exhaust hoods, wet processing benches, including RCA-1 & 2 cleans, TMAH silicon etch, and chemical metal etching
Isotemp Programmable Furnace
Mini-Brute 4" wet and dry silicon oxidation furnaces
Karen Glidewell
Ed Dein
 
University of Central Florida (UCF) Nanophotonics Systems Fabrication Facility Temescal metallization
Shuttleline ICP-RIE
Leica e-beam lithography system
Karl Suss UV aligner
Veeco Surface profilometer
RTP 600S annealer
Flip-Chip bonder
Wire bonder
Wafer scriber and cleaver
Atomic force microscope
Optical Microscope
Plasma de-scum
Si Tube furnace
III-V oxidation furnace
Leybold dielectric thin film deposition
Cary Spectra-Photometer and Microscope
James Ross  
University of Central Florida (UCF) Nanophotonics Systems Fabrication Facility Nonlinear Optical Spectrometer Eric Van Stryland  
University of Central Florida (UCF) Nanophotonics Systems Fabrication Facility Refractive index profiler Axel Schulzgen  
University of Central Florida (UCF) Optoelectronic Fabrication Cleanroom Suss MJB-4 aligner
Plasma-Therm 790 RIE/ PECVD
Edwards thermal evaporator, along with a bonder, a scriber and microscope
Patrick LiKamwa  
University of Central Florida (UCF) Optoelectronic Fabrication Cleanroom Nanoimprinter Lithography Tool Sasan Fathpour  
University of Central Florida (UCF) Scanning Electron Microscope Facility Vega SBH SEM (tungsten filament scanning electron microscope Masahiro Ishigami  
University of Central Florida (UCF) Zygo Facility Zygo NewView 6300 scanning white light and optical phase-shifting Interferometer Martin Richardson  
University of Central Florida (UCF) CREOL Machine Shop Sharp LMV milling machines
16-50G lathe
Richard Zotti  
University of Central Florida (UCF) Biomedical Sciences CORE Facility FACS Canto II
FACS Aria
Ultraview Confocal Microscope
Zeiss
Richard Zotti  
University of Central Florida (UCF) Biomolecular Research Annex Core Lecia Sp5 Confocal
Leica DMi8
Biotek Synergy Multimode Plate Reader H1
BioRad PMI personal molecular imager
Beckman Coulter Avanti J-25 centrifuge
Beckman Coulter LS6500 Scintillation Counter
Thomas Andl  
University of Central Florida (UCF) Biomolecular Science Center Main Campus Core Flow cytometer
Bio-Plex® 200 System
SpetraMax® i3x Multi-Mode Detection System
EnVision Multilabel Reader
Fast Real-time PCR System
Nanodrop
Agilent Bioanalyzer
LI-COR Odyssey Imaging System
Personal Molecular Imager™ System
Leica Tissue Processor
Leica Tissue Embedding StationEG1160
Microm Microtome
Microm Cryostat Microtome
Li-Mei Chen  
University of Central Florida (UCF) Flow Cytometry Core at Lake Nona Beckman Coulter CytoFlex
BD FACSCanto II Analyzer
BD FACS Aria II Sorter
Alicja Copik  
University of Central Florida (UCF) Imaging Core at Lake Nona Zeiss Laser Scanning Confocal Microscope
Perkin Elmer Ultraview Live Imaging System
Perkin Elmer
Alicja Copik  
Florida International University (FIU) Advanced Mass Spectroscopy Faciltity (AMSF) LDI MS Training
MALDI Training
Liquid Chromatography
Mass Spectrometry Training
Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry Training 
MALDI Top-Down Sequencing Analysis
Training LDI MS/MS
Dr. Francisco Fernandez-Lima, Director 305-348-6656 The Mass Spectrometry Facility provides researchers and students with expertise in mass spectrometry methodology and instrumentation. 
Florida International University (FIU) Advanced Material Engineering Research Institute (AMERI) Ebeam Lithography
TEM
SEM
FIB
Analytical Services
PECVD
Dr. Arvind Agarwal, Director 305-348-1651 AMERI provides analytical instrumentation, materials characterization and micro/nano process and device development laboratories to support the development and characterization of new materials over the continuum from the nanoscale to bulk materials.
Florida International University (FIU) Animal Care Facility (ACF) Training
Veterinarian Professional Services
Technician Professional Servces
Anesthesia Machine for Rent
Dr. Horatiu V. Vinerean, Director 305-348-7408 The ACF, part of the Office of Laboratory Animal Research, ensures the humane care and use of animals in biomedical research and teaching.  The facility provides assistance to research personnel and investigators on usage, procurement and general handling and care of animals.
Florida International University (FIU) Aquarius Reef Base Underwater Laboratory Saturation Diving
1-ATA Operations
Dayboat and Support
Operations
Undersea Laboratory Missions
Technology Development consultations
Facility usage for auxiliary training programs
Dr. James Fourqurean, Director 305-348-4084 Aquarius provides scientists with the opportunity to conduct crucial research covering a variety of areas including water quality, coral reef biology, ecology and physiology, long-term ocean monitoring, restoration science, ocean acidification, and global climate change.
Florida International University (FIU) CREST Center for Aquatic Chemistry and Ecotoxicology Data analysis/Data reduction
Instrument Access
Method Development
Soil TC/TN
Soil TP
TOC & DOC
Dr. Todd Crowl, Director 305-348-8402 The CREST Center for Aquatic Chemistry and Environment (CAChE) addresses the sources, transport, transformation and ecosystem responses to man-made and natural stressors in South Florida’s aquatic environments.
Florida International University (FIU) Center for Imaging Science MRI Scan
MRI Read
MRI Control Room: 305-348-2089
CIS Reception Area: 305-348-3213
The CIS includes a research-dedicated magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) facility that supports a 3T Siemens MAGNETOM Prisma.
Florida International University (FIU) EH & S Dive Safety CPR/First aid/ AED Training
Oxygen Provider Training
Scientific Diver Training
Recompression Chamber Supervisor
Diving Medical Technician Training
Equipment Service Regulator Annual
305-348-2621 The FIU Diving & Boating Safety Office supports research by providing classroom and aquatic training in accident prevention and management in the aquatic and marine environment.
Florida International University (FIU) Field Operations Center (FOC) Large Marine Boat
Medium Marine Boat
Unmanned Surface Vessel
Airboat
Small Marine Boat
Simrad EK60_120khz Transceiver
Rafael Gonzalez-Collazo 305-348-4240 The Field Operations Center (FOC) maintains and schedules a fleet of eleven vehicles, five airboats and twelve saltwater boats.
Florida International University (FIU) Forensic and Analytical Toxicology Facility (FATF) Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS) Screening
Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (LC/MS) low resolution (QQQ)
LC/MS High Resolution (QTOF)
Sample Preparation (Liquid Liquid Extraction (LLE) or Solid Phase Extraction (SPE)
Method Development
Training and Laboratory Demos
Dr. Anthony P. DeCaprio, Director 305-348-2195 The FATF provides state-of-the-art research, training, continuing education, and analytical services in forensic and clinical toxicology to researchers, faculty, and graduate students at FIU and other academic institutions and to law enforcement agencies within the U.S. and abroad.
Florida International University (FIU) Forensic DNA Profiling Center Equine DNA Typing
Pipette calibration
Equine DNA Typing
Microbial screening of DUI Blood
Cannabis DNA Typing
Presumptive Species ID
Dr. DeEtta Mills, Director 305-348-7410 The Forensic DNA Profiling Facility provides teaching, research and service support for DNA profile (fragment) analyses.
Florida International University (FIU) Periphyton Analysis Laboratory Wet lab pre-processing
Biomass analysis
Preparation of samples for external analysis
Environmental measurements
Diatom Species Composition
Soft algae species composition
Dr. Evelyn Gaiser, Director
305-302-2716
305-348-6145
305-348-7286
The Periphyton (Algae) Analysis Center focuses on how algae regulate the dynamics of ecosystems and how changes in the abundance of algae species can be used to diagnose sources of environmental change.
Florida International University (FIU) Plant Tissue & Sedim Laboratory (PSAL) Run only Phosphorus content
Weighed and Run Phosphorus content
Fulled Prepped and Run Phosphorus content
Run only Carbon and Nitrogen content
Weighed and Run Carbon and Nitrogen content
Fulled Prepped and Run Carbon and Nitrogen content
Dr. Piero Gardinali, Director 305-348-3095 The Plant Tissue and Soil Analysis Laboratory (PSAL) provides teaching, research, and service support for the analysis of plant and soil elements using state-of-the-art analytical equipment and techniques.
Florida International University (FIU) Soil & Sediment Laboratory Dissolved Inorganic Nutrients
Total Phosphorus in porewater / surface water
Total Phosphorus in Soil, Sediment, or Tissue
Total Carbon and Nitrogen in Soil, Sediment or Tissue
Complex Extraction
Enzyme Assays (MUF-P, -C, -N, -S)
Dr. Piero Gardinali, Director 305-348-3095 The Soils and Sediment Biogeochemistry Laboratory (SBL) specializes in the extraction and analysis of chemical components from soil/sediments and soil/sediment pore water.
Florida International University (FIU) Stable Isotope Laboratory Carbon and Nitrogen Isotope duel Analysis
Individual Carbon and Nitrogen Isotope
Compound Specific Carbon Isotope Analysis
Compound Specific Hydrogene Isotope Analysis
Oxygen Isotope Analysis for Organic and Inorganic Compounds
Decarbonation Processing
Mark Kershaw, Lab Manager 305-348-1588 The Stable Isotope Laboratory (SIL) is a full service stable isotope facility specializing in biogeochemistry.
Florida International University (FIU) Trace Evidence Analysis Facility Elemental analysis by HR-ICP-MS
Specialized training and method development
Elemental analysis by HR-ICP-MS WO
Forensic training and laboratory demos
Elemental analysis by ICP-MS (standard solution mode, quadrupole)
Elemental analysis by ICP-OES (solution based)
Dr. Jose R. Almirall, Facility Director 305-348-3917 The Trace Evidence Analysis Facility (TEAF) assists faculty and student esearch with state of the art instrumentation. The TEAF also provides technical expertise, training and services to the forensic science and more general analytical sciences communities.
Florida International University (FIU) NHERI Wall of Wind (WOW) WoW Research Facility time
WoW personnel time dedicated to supplemental pre-testing setup
WOW personnel time dedicated to supplemental post-testing setup
Dr. Arindam Chowdhury, Director 305-348-2824 The NHERI Wall of Wind (WOW) Experimental Facility was funded by NSF to be a national facility that enables researchers to better understand wind effects on civil infrastructure systems and to prevent wind hazards from becoming community disasters. WOW is powered by a combined 12-fan system capable of repeatable testing in up to 157 mph wind speeds through its flow management system.
Florida Atlantic University Engineering & Technology core 75, 300, 600KHz RDI Workhorse ADCPs
6 MHz Nortek Velocimeter
150 KHz RDI Ocean Surveyor small vessel transect ADCP
SeaBird 9 plus CTD with several sensors and coaxial electro-mechanical cable
Benthos acoustic modems & releases
LinkQuest acoustic modem pair
Biosonics split-beam acoustic system
XBT Launcher
R/V Ocean Power
R/V Lee
Gabe Alsenas tool for engineering projects
Florida Atlantic University Engineering & Technology core Project Design Gabe Alsenas senior and project engineers assist in developing and completing projects
Florida Atlantic University Water Analysis J.Y. Horiba Ultima 2 ICP-OES Tara Root high resolution, high sensitivity and high stability ICP-OES spectrometer
Florida Atlantic University Water Analysis SEAL AQ2 Discrete Analyzer Tara Root automatic sample testing of environmental samples, including water, soil etc.
Florida Atlantic University Water Analysis Picarro L2120-I water isotope analyzer Tara Root liquid and vapor measurements
Florida Atlantic University Biostatistics Core various statistics services Katherine Freeman-Costin statistics services
Florida Atlantic University HBOI Environmental Particle Distribution Anni Vuorenkoski Dalgleish custom polarization sensitive scattering meter
Florida Atlantic University HBOI Acrobat, Seascience Mingshun Jiang light weight undulating tow vehicle for water column survey
Florida Atlantic University HBOI JEOL ECA 600 MHz NMR, Sequoia Amy Wright NMR spectrometer
Florida Atlantic University HBOI Thermo Finigan LTQ MS Amy Wright LC-MS Low resolution
Florida Atlantic University HBOI Preparative HPLC, Waters Corp Amy Wright Prep HPLC with MS and Pda detection
Florida Atlantic University HBOI Analytical Semi-prep HPLC, Hitachi Amy Wright HPLC with PDA detection
Florida Atlantic University HBOI Combiflash RFx4 , Isco Teledyne Amy Wright Flash chromatography system
Florida Atlantic University HBOI ICP-OES, Perkin Elmer Marty Riche elemental analyzer
Florida Atlantic University HBOI UHPLC, Thermo Scientific Marty Riche UHPLC
Florida Atlantic University HBOI GC-MS, Perkin-Elmer Marty Riche GC-MS
Florida Atlantic University HBOI Spectro Flourometer
Spectro-photometer
Volume Scattering Meters
Spectro-radiometers
spectral backscattering sensors
Lisst particle analyser
Dual-magnification in situ holography system (HOLOCAM)
rosette bottle sampling systems , Seabird-scientific, SBE-32C
SUNA NO3/NO2 sensor, Seabird Scientific
Coulter Counter, Beckman
Flow Cytometer BD Accuri C6, BD Biosciences
Fast Repetition Rate Fluorometry (FRRF), Satlantic FIRe, Sea-bird Scientific
Flourescent Microscope, Nikon Eclipse Ni
Jim Sullivan  
Florida Atlantic University HBOI CTD, Sea-bird Scientific SBE-49
CTD, Sea-bird Scientific, SBE-25
Jim Sullivan measures conductivity, temperature, depth
Florida Atlantic University HBOI Wave glider, Liquid Robotics Frasier Dalgleish Unmanned Surface Vehicle
Florida Atlantic University HBOI Spray Glider, Bluefin Robotics Frasier Dalgleish Buoyancy-driven autonomous underwater vehicle
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Biology Confocal Microscope, Nikon Instruments Rod Murphey confocal system; 32 channel miltianode PMT; 40 mW multiline Argon; 561nm diode; 405nm; 638nm
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry Amersham Pharmacia Biotech, Typhoon 9410 Ram Narayanan blotting, microarrays
Florida Atlantic University Center for Complex Systems & Brain Sciences Vicon, MX8 camera Rhona Frankel (Scott Kelso) 3D behavior capture system; 35 ft range, temporal resolution 2000 Hz 
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry LC-MS-HPLC System, Agilent Technologies Lyndon West 6120MSD for LC/MS analysis & mass-based fraction collection for compound purification.
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry Horiba Jobin LabRam800 Andrew Terentis  
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry CEM Liberty Blue Gregg Fields microwave-assisted peptide synthesizer
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry Jasco J810 Gregg Fields spectropolarimeter with temperature control unit
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry Microflex LT, Bruker Gregg Fields MALDI-TOF mass spectrometer
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry Citation 3, Biotek Gregg Fields cell-imaging multi-mode plate reader
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry Synergy H1, BioTek Gregg Fields microplate reader
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry Agilent Technologies 1200 HPLC Gregg Fields HPLC w/diode array, fluorescence, and UV/vis detectors
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry Agilent Technologies 1200 HPLC Gregg Fields HPLC w/diode array detector and fraction collectors
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry Ggyros Protein Technologies P53 Predrag Cudic peptide synthesizer
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry Agilent Technologies 1260 Infinity
Agilent Technologies 1260 Infinity II
Predrag Cudic RP-HPLC system
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry CombiFlesh Rf+ Teledyne Isco Predrag Cudic Flash and preparative chromatography system
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry Epoch BioTech Mare Cudic microplate reader
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry Citation 5, BioTek Mare Cudic multi-mode plate reader
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry PEAQ-ITC, Malvern Mare Cudic microcalorimeter
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry Protein Technologies P53 Mare Cudic automated peptide synthesizer
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry Agilent Technologies 1260 Infinity Mare Cudic HPLC
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry Mercuryplus, Varian Floyd Russell 400 MHz NMR
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry Inova 500, Varian Floyd Russell 500 MHz NMR
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry Voyager de pro, Applied Biosystems Floyd Russell MALDI-TOF mass spectrometer
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry LTQXL Thermofisher Floyd Russell Linear ion trap mass spectrometer
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry Jasco J81- Floyd Russell spectropolarimeter with temperature control unit
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry Clarus 580, Perkin Elmer Floyd Russell GC-FID
Florida Atlantic University College of Science, Chemistry Turbomass, Perkin Elmer Floyd Russell GC-MS
Florida Atlantic University College of Engineering Tinius Olsen Hassan Mahfuz 60,000-pound capacity with pressure transducer weighing
Florida Atlantic University College of Engineering Material Testing System MTS 810 Hassan Mahfuz multipurpose, servohydraulic testing systems for static & dynamic tests
Florida Atlantic University College of Engineering Hydraulic pressure tester Tinius Olsen 314Q Hassan Mahfuz 11,240 lb capacity tension compression
Florida Atlantic University College of Engineering Compression testing machine, Gilson Hassan Mahfuz 400 kips
Florida Atlantic University College of Engineering Monoprice 3D printers Hassan Mahfuz These are 3D printers designed for fast prototyping on a small scale. Using PLA, they allow small
Florida Atlantic University College of Engineering Ultimaker, 3D printers Hassan Mahfuz This 3D printer is a versatile machine printing in almost any filamented material. One of the highest rated desktop 3D printers on the market with heated bed, cooled nozzles and running open source Cura slicer
Florida Atlantic University College of Engineering Form 2 3D printers Hassan Mahfuz The Form 2 by formlabs is a 2nd generation SLA printer featuring galvanometer projection technology for perfect surface finishes. Along with formlabs wide selection of SLA resins cartridges, this printer is perfect for projects that need precise details.
Florida Atlantic University College of Engineering 3D printing pen RP-700A Hassan Mahfuz This 3D printing pen has an external power supply, lcd display and easy functionality buttons to help the user with loading and unloading filament. Useful in applications that need free hand printing.
Florida Atlantic University College of Engineering Vevor Digital Ultrasonic Cleaner Hassan Mahfuz 6L Ultrasonic cleaning bath with integrated 200W heater. Has built in exhaust valve for draining tank
Florida Atlantic University College of Engineering BotFactory Squink Hassan Mahfuz Desktop cloud based PCB printer / conductive paste dispencer / pick and place can help create quick turn PCBs. This machine can print PCBs on a variety of materials including kapton, RF4 and transparencies.
Florida Atlantic University College of Engineering Manncorp SMT Place 2000 Hassan Mahfuz This manual pick and place features a X/Y guiding system for precision placement of smt parts. It also features a 360° spinning placement head with changeable tips and an integrated pneumatic solder paste dispenser.
Florida Atlantic University SeaTech FEI Qanta 200 SEM Richard Granata high/low vacuum, ESEM
Florida Atlantic University Cell Imaging Core Nikon A1R Confocal Microscope with Laser TIRF on TI-E inverted microscope
Nikon C1si Confocal System on Eclipse 90i Upright Microscope
Nikon N-SIM E Super-Resolution System with A1+ Confocal Microscope on the Eclipse Ti2 inverted microscope
Jana Boerner confocal microscope
Florida Atlantic University Cell Imaging Core Nikon A1R Multiphoton with FN1 Upright Microscope Jana Boerner multiphoton 
Florida Atlantic University Cell Imaging Core Keyence BZ-X710 All-in-one Fluroescence Microscope Jana Boerner fluorescence microscope
Florida Atlantic University Human Imaging Core Hologic DXA Discovery Model A scanner Marian Mirsky biometrics, switched-pulse dual energy (100KVp/140kVp)
Florida Atlantic University   GE Lunar IDXA Scanner     biometrics