University Research Core Facility Boilerplate Descriptions

University Research Core Facility Boilerplate Descriptions

 

Purdue Research Cores provide access to instrumentation, equipment, and facilities (including databases), software, or professional expertise in the design and conduct of specialized measurements, research collaboration, and analysis and interpretation of data. To be considered a university-level research core, research resources should be broadly available to investigators and faculty teams across the campus and have a business plan or model such as academic unit/center backing, recharge, or project-by-project funding.

This series contains descriptions of the Purdue Research Core Facilities and provides citable text for inclusion—either in its entirety or of pertinent portions—in proposals submitted to funding agencies. These descriptions are searchable by keyword and include a recommended citation that will prevent proposals from being flagged for plagiarism.

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Bioinformatics Core, Jyothi Thimmapuram and Purdue University Office of Research and Partnerships

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Bone and Body Composition Core, Douglas Maish and Purdue University Office of Research and Partnerships

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Campus-wide Mass Spectrometry Center (CWMSC), Karl Wood and Purdue University Office of Research and Partnerships

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Center for Global Trade Analysis, Thomas Hertel and Purdue University Office of Research and Partnerships

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Clinical Research Center (CRC), Wayne Campbell and Purdue University Office of Research and Partnerships

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Laboratory of Renewable Resources Engineering (LORRE) Department, Michael Ladisch and Purdue University Office of Research and Partnerships

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Macromolecular Crystallography, C Nicklaus Steussy, Tim Schmidt, and Purdue University Office of Research and Partnerships

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Metabolite Profiling Facility (MPF), Bruce R. Cooper and Purdue University Office of Research and Partnerships

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National Test Facility for Fuels and Propulsion (NaTeF), David L. Stanley and Purdue University Office of Research and Partnerships

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Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) Center, Nathan W. Hartman and Purdue University Office of Research and Partnerships

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Purdue Bioscience Imaging Facility, Aaron Taylor and Purdue University Office of Research and Partnerships

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Purdue e-Pubs Repository, David Scherer and Purdue University Office of Research and Partnerships

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Purdue Interdepartmental NMR Facility (PINMRF), John Harwood and Purdue University Office of Research and Partnerships

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Purdue Research Machining Services, Kris Davis and Purdue University Office of Research and Partnerships

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Purdue University Rare Isotope Measurement Laboratory – PRIME Lab, Marc W. Caffee and Purdue University Office of Research and Partnerships

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Purdue University Research Repository (PURR), Michael Witt and Purdue University Office of Research and Partnerships

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PVM Superresolution Imaging Lab, Chang Kim and Purdue University Office of Research and Partnerships

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Scifres Nanofabrication Laboratory (Cleanroom), Ron Reger and Purdue University Office of Research and Partnerships

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The Virginia Kelly Karnes Archives and Special Collections Research Center, Sammie L. Morris and Purdue University Office of Research and Partnerships

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Transgenic Mouse Core Facility, Judy Hallett and Purdue University Office of Research and Partnerships

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X-ray Crystallography Laboratory, Phillip Fanwick and Purdue University Office of Research and Partnerships