Research Instrumentation Core

The Research Instrumentation Core provides engineering expertise to neuroscience researchers developing instruments and techniques to accomplish complex or novel experiments that are not readily available or easy to fabricate. The focus of the facility is the design and fabrication of electronic, optical, and mechanical devices. The Instrumentation Core engineers work closely with researchers throughout the design and fabrication process to ensure that the resulting tools are appropriate for the research goals. The facility's services include training, consulting, design and fabrication services, and prototyping workspace with shared tools and equipment.

Competencies:

  • Consult with researchers to conceptualize and design new instruments.
  • Develop prototypes for new devices and instruments for novel experiments
  • Fabricate mechanical and electronic components for these devices.
  • Disseminate engineering solutions to laboratories across our community.
  • Educate and train researchers in design and fabrication.

Consult with researchers to conceptualize and design new instruments. Develop prototypes for new devices and instruments for novel experiments Fabricate mechanical and electronic components for these devices. Disseminate engineering solutions to laboratories across our community. Educate and train researchers in design and fabrication.

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See also: HNDC Cores