Wide-field, one-photon redox imaging shows the natural fluorescence of two common metabolic coenzymes in cells, allowing researchers to track metabolic changes as biomarkers of treatment response. Image courtesy Skala lab.
We’re using some of the most advanced instrumentation in the world to generate the data we need to design, create, understand and improve the properties of the materials, devices and systems that will transform many aspects of our future as a society. This unique equipment and expertise is located in an outstanding suite of shared facilities right here on our campus. At the same time, we’re conducting research to improve and advance these diagnostic and characterization tools—ultimately enabling us to enter unprecedented precision and level-of-detail domains.