Facilities at MCD Biology
Learn more about research being done in the various labs of the MCD Biology department.
Boulder Electron Microscopy Service is a full service facility offering conventional, tomographic, and cryo electron microscopy expertise.
Our cell sorter and ADP analyzer.
The Functional Genomics Facility is a non-profit service center funded by a consortium of the Colorado initiative in Molecular Biotechnology (CIMB), the University of Colorado Cancer center (UCCC), the Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology (MCDB), the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) and the Espinosa lab.
The mission of the Light Microscopy Core Facility (LMCF) is to provide labs from the University of Colorado and the surroundings community with access and support to advanced imaging research instrumentation.
We deliver Microarray solutions that include all the necessary components for a successful microarray experiment; from arrays and reagents to instruments and software.
The MCDB Transgenics Facility has undergone a lot of changes. The Office of Animal Resources has taken over responsibility for all transgenic facility operations.
List of other Core Facilities and Service Centers that exist on the CU-Boulder campus
Info on projects and other logistical matters in our two buildings.
MCDB offers a wide array of computing facilities and services. Computing, networking, printing and all other related information can be found here. If you have any questions or concerns our IT staff would be glad to help.
Useful Business Forms
David Mastronarde and co-workers develop and distribute software for acquisition, processing, and analysis of image data, primarily from electron microscopes.
Schedule a room here.
Resources for writing and publicizing your research.