With seven spectrometers ranging in proton frequencies from 400 to 800 MHz, this research core is one of the largest, most flexible, and best equipped NMR facilities in the world.
The Notre Dame Integrated Imaging Facility (NDIIF) brings together sophisticated microscopes and imaging stations with a focus on electron microscopy, optical microscopy, and small animal imaging.
The superbly equipped Molecular Structure Facility maintains four state-of-the-art CCD-based diffractometers, enabling the structural identification of both single-crystal and powder samples.
The Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics Facility (MSPF) provides both instrumentation and expertise for analyses ranging from confirmation of identity and purity of small organics to proteomics involving very large biomolecules.
The Materials Characterization Facility is a research core of the Center for Sustainable Energy at Notre Dame (NDEnergy) and provides a wide array of tools and expertise for the syntheses and analyses of solids.
The Center for Research Computing provides exceptional levels of processing speed and power including parallel supercomputers, clusters, grid networks, and storage (18,000 cores total and 350TB storage).
The Genomics and Bioinformatics Core Facility provides sequencing and microarray services including consulting for appropriate experimental design, use of technology, and data analysis.
The Freimann Life Science Center (FLSC) is a state-of-the-art animal research facility with 30,000 square feet of flexible use space. The FLSC is fully accredited and registered and has a highly trained, professional staff.