The Center houses a significant network of instrumentation, much of which is designed to aid in the analysis of the structural and chemical composition of nanotechnology-related materials. These instruments, many of which can be utilized by non-UALR researchers, can be broken down into three categories:
- Analytical Instrumentation
- Nano Functionalization & Thin Film Instrumentation
- Biological Instrumentation
In order to utilize this equipment, researchers must be trained and certified by the CINS Director of Instrumentation, Dr. Fumiya Watanabe. For more information about using CINS equipment or facilities, please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or 501.683.7456.
Approved users can reserve an instrument session here on the reservation page.
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