BioPACIFIC MIP Facilities

The BioPACIFIC MIP User Community can leverage a number of Shared-Use Facilities at each campus.

UC Los Angeles
Super-resolution nanoscopy for high spatial and temporal resolution imaging from whole in vivo animal to sub-70 nm.
UC Santa Barbara
3 Cores of instrumentation at the interface of life science and engineering: Genetics, Analytical, and Cell Culture Cores.
UC Santa Barbara
A broad range of High-Performance Computing resources for researchers.
UC Los Angeles
Advanced electron imaging tools for biomolecular, molecular, materials sciences, cell biology, and microbiology.
UC Santa Barbara
A makerspace facility where innovators can fabricate and test their ideas using tools that are well-suited for beginners.
UC Los Angeles
9,700 sq ft cleanroom for nanofabrication and characterization integrating semiconductor tools with biological, chemical, and medical substrates.
UC Santa Barbara
Tools for making microfluidic devices: cast PDMS, machined polymer devices, and thermally molded polymer flow channels.
UC Santa Barbara
Equipment for materials characterization including TEMs, FE-SEMs, AFMs, FIB, dedicated XPS and SIMS systems, and sample preparation.
UC Los Angeles
Industrial strength HTS at >60k wells/assay/diem and a curated small molecule library, shRNA, cDNA, siRNA libraries, and CRISPR sets.
UC Los Angeles
Microscopy for characterizing surface, adsorbates, nanostructures, materials, and devices at the atomic and molecular scales.
UC Santa Barbara
Equipment for the synthesis of polymers and monomers (Schlenk lines) as well as for polymer analysis.
UC Santa Barbara
State-of-the-art magnetic resonance instruments in solution NMR, solid-state NMR, MRI, Rheo-NMR, PFG-Diffusion, DNP-NMR, and EPR.
UC Santa Barbara
Characterization of Thermal, Electronic/Elemental, Magnetic, Porosity, and Optical properties of materials and chemicals.
UC Santa Barbara
State-of-the-art diffraction tools for characterizing structural properties of materials including polymers and biological materials.