Access to NMR technology for both UCSD and external users. Users can collect their own data, facility staff can do it all for you, or collaborative projects can be developed. The facility houses two 600 MHz Bruker Avance III spectrometers with cryogenically cooled probes for enhanced sensitivity. For samples whose concentration is limited by the amount of material available, or by solubility, our 1.7 mm microcoil cryoprobe requires just 40 μl of solution. We provide training in instrument operation and can offer advice for data analysis or project feasibility.
For more than 40 years the J.D. McCullough Laboratory of X-ray Crystallography has been in operation, providing 3-dimensional structure of small molecules in solid crystals via X-ray crystallography. The facility is also equipped for characterization of polycrystalline solid materials using powder and thin film diffraction techniques. The laboratory is a full service facility where staff deals with all aspects of service from crystal selection to publication of results. In-house training is a requirement if you wish to use the equipment yourself.
EICN can assist you in achieving success in your research by providing state-of-the-art electron microscopy instruments and assisted usage services. Highly experienced staff provides necessary training and can help users address complex electron imaging needs. EICN offers advanced electron imaging techniques for visualizing materials, nanomachines, and cellular structures at atomic or nanometer scales in 2D and 3D. In addition, our latest integrated iCorr technology enables a streamlined approach to correlative microscopy to perform both fluorescence light and electron microscopy for biological research.