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Core Facility



Core Facilities of School of Life Sciences, aiming to manage public equipments of our school, was officially put to operation in April, 2010 upon a decision of establishment in September, 2009.

Equipment and Staff

At present, there are 7 equipment management specialists and 2 postdoctoral fellow at Core Facilities. Its large-scale equipments can be categorized into the following platforms as below:

Core Facilities is undertaking the operation management of bioimaging platform and protein platform from National Center for Protein Science (PHOEIX). Five large-scale imaging devices (optical tweezers, etc) will be purchased to the two platforms along with ELISA analysis and detection system, incubated stackable shakers,high capacity incubators, WAVE bioreactors, etc.