Research Centers and Laboratories

Students in nanoworld

Nanoworld Laboratories

The UC Nanoworld Laboratories are an interdepartmental research laboratory group which includes faculty from Mechanical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Chemistry, Aerospace Engineering and the UC Medical School. The labs develop innovative smart materials, sensors and devices by intersecting the various disciplines of science and engineering. The main concentration of research is in the Nanotechnology, Biomimetics, Composites and Smart Structures fields. The Nanoworld Laboratories are an exciting interdisciplinary experimental-theoretical learning environment for undergraduate through PhD level students.

Campo-Moreno demonstrates how the Agilent 1290 LC-6540 Q-TOF operates.

Environmental Analysis Service Center

The Environmental Analysis Service Center (EASC) is located in the College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Cincinnati. This facility supports the application of instrumental and bioanalytial techniques in the field of environmental science and engineering. The EASC is equipped with state-of-the-art instrumentation with emphasis on high-resolution mass spectrometry and DNA sequencing. We offer our services to researchers at UC, public agencies, and private corporations.