This laboratory offers a range of analytical services for soil, sediment, water, and plant studies from both field investigations and laboratory experiments. The specific foci are elemental analysis of solids, composition of aqueous fluids, and nutrient concentrations in water samples and soil, plant, and sediment extracts. The facility trains users to operate the instruments but […]
Biology Department Imaging Facility
Dedicated imaging facility for most aspects of brightfield, fluorescence and Electron Microscopy
Chemical and Environmental Analysis Facility (CEAF)
The Nano Research Facility (NRF) cultivates an open and shared research and education environment that brings researchers across disciplines together, particularly in the emerging area of nanomaterials with applications in the energy, environment, and biomedical fields.
Chemistry Poster Printing Resource
Provides poster printing of research related materials.
The Data Services team at the Washington University Libraries supports research and scholarship across disciplines. Data Services offers 1-1 consultations, talks, demonstrations, and hands-on workshops in relevant tools. We support data throughout the research lifecycle through our core services of: data literacy, data management, data sharing and curation, data analysis, data visualization, and GIS Help […]
Dissemination and Implementation Science Core (DISC)
The primary goal of the new Dissemination and Implementation Science Core (DISC) is to provide NORC investigators with support integrating dissemination and implementation (D&I) science into their nutrition and obesity-related research programs. The D&I of biomedical discoveries is challenging but an absolute necessity to ensure all populations benefit from investments in nutrition and obesity research, […]
Electron Microprobe Facility
Electron microprobe analysis performed on a JEOL JXA-8200 electron microprobe.
High Resolution NMR Facility
The Washington University High Resolution NMR Facility was founded in 1985 as a shared resource to serve the University and greater St Louis research community.