Instrumentation Sharing

The ACM FaCE program aims to promote collaboration among faculty at the member institutions. In the sciences, this collaboration may be fostered by the availability of specialized instrumentation available at one institution that may facilitate the research of a faculty member at another institution. A visit to utilize some type of specialized equipment could lead to further advancement of both participants' scholarly efforts.

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See Co Fe-57 spectrometer: Knox College
Variable temperature 295K to 25K, 500G perpendicular field

: Knox College
The TEM is a JEOL 100SX and the SEM is an Amray. We also have 2 MT2B ultramicrotomes and a sputter coater and critical point dryer.

Varian ProStar: Lawrence University
Includes, autosampler, DAD and fraction collector

ABI 7500 real time thermocycler (qPCR): Lawrence University
4 color instrument capable of 96 samples at a time

Phantom v9.1 from Vision Research with 600 ISO/ASA Color CMOS Sensor: Monmouth College
2 MegaPixel color high-speed camera capable of capturing 1000 frames per second for 1.5 seconds. At lower resolutions, the camera is able to record at a faster rate or longer duration. ...

Becton Dickinson FACSCaliber: Lawrence University
Three color Laser 488 nm, emission 525, 575, 670

Kodak 4000MM digital imager: Lawrence University
luminescence, fluorescence emsssion 535 and 670 nm

Varian 400 MHz: Lawrence University
Indirect and direct probes, temp control, autosampler!

NT-MDT Solver Next SPM: Beloit College
STM and AFM modes; Sample size up to 10 mm in diameter; scanning area 100x100 um, resolution ~0.3 nm.