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Access to OSU Facilities and Equipment


CORE Facilities

Oklahoma State University has many unique facilities available for industry use under agreement. 

Some examples of our core facilities include:

Animal Resources

OSU has an animal care and use program that provides a humane and compliant environment for all animals involved in research, teaching and testing activities.

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High Performance Computing Center

OSU’s HPCC runs Pete supercomputer, a virtualized research cloud service (TIGER) and high-performance storage. Pete consists of over 200 dual core CPU nodes, and 10 NVIDIA GPU enabled nodes, and 4.88 Petabytes of high-performance storage.

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Center for Genomics & Proteomics

The OSU Genomics & Proteomics Center provides millions of dollars of instrumentation and OMICS expertise to the OSU research community.

The Genomics Center specializes in high-throughput DNA and RNA sequencing technologies, OMICS and training. The Proteomics Core provides world-class mass spectroscopy, proteomics analyses, and Sanger-based sequencing.

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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Facility

The Oklahoma Statewide Shared Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Facility provides a diverse array of magnetic resonance research capabilities for routine and advanced analysis of both solution and solid-state samples.

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Microscopy ​Facility

The Oklahoma State University (OSU) Microscopy ​Facility is a multi-user, shared instrumentation facility for materials research spanning from nanotechnology to biology and medicine. Analytical capabilities include ​scanning and transmission electron microscopy​, confocal laser scanning microscopy, atomic force microscopy,

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Recombinant DNA/Protein Facility

The recombinant DNA/protein Facility functions to stimulate the competitiveness of biomolecular research activities at Oklahoma State University and throughout Oklahoma by providing access to essential advanced technologies whose availability or price might might otherwise be prohibitive to individual investigators.

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