Research‎ > ‎

Facilities

We develop novel biophysical tools by utilizing physical facilities in the Kavli Institute and biological facilities in Bionanoscience Department.  State-of-the-art physical facilities in the Kavli Institute include single molecule fluorescence microscopes, a spinning confocal microscope, a time-correlated single photon counting microscope, e-beam lithography, and a 2000m2 nanofabrication cleanroom. The Department of Bionanoscience is fully equipped with biological facilities. Access to all the biological facilities is centralized. All the facilities are maintained by 12+ technicians in the department.


Lab facilities
Mammalian cell culture room
Single molecule fluorescence microscopes
RNA lab

General equipment
Autoclaves
Bacterial cell culture
Sonicator
French press
Centrifuge
Ultracentrifuge
FPLC
Cold room
Refrigerators (4C)
Freezers (-150C, -80C, -20C)

General microscopy facilities
Spinning confocal microscope (Olympus with an Andor CCD)
Single photon counting (TCSPC)
Total-internal reflection microscope (multicolor, Olympus with Andor iXon X3+ CCDs)
Fluorescence gel imager (Typhoon, GE)
Gel imager (Chemi-Doc, Biorad)

Comments