The Core Facility promotes the development and application-related use of electron microscopy in the interdisciplinary environment of the life and materials sciences.
The aim of the Core Facility is to provide access to MR imaging for all interested parties and thus support MRI-related research projects.
The task of the Core Unit is to establish a central service unit with bioinformatics expertise to support all scientists at the site in the bioinformatics analysis of highly complex data sets.
The Core Facility aims to establish a central service platform for the systematic in vitro testing of drugs and substances in a high-throughput format.
The aim of the Core Facility is to provide researchers in the life sciences with access to modern technology for light microscopy.
The newly established Core Facility provides access to high parameter flow cytometers for cell analysis and cell sorting.