UMass Lowell's Core Research Facilities offer 100 instruments and services to nearly 470 users, including other universities, government agencies and local companies.
The Analytical Chemistry Lab offers a wide variety of analytical chemistry services, instruments and technical expertise including GPC, HPLC, and LC/MS. Check out the Analytical Chemistry Lab's capabilities.
The UMass Lowell Fabric Discovery Center is dedicated space for design, prototyping, pilot manufacturing and testing of high-tech fabrics, flexible electronics and medical textiles. Learn more about next-gen textiles.
The Lyophilization Lab is a state-of-the-art, non-GMP, pilot scale, manufacturing facility for the R&D of biopharmaceutical products requiring a lyophilization process step. Explore the facility.
The Materials Characterization Laboratory (MCL) is UMass Lowell's central instrumentation facility for the characterization of materials. Learn more about the Materials Characterization Lab.
The Nanofabrication Lab Wing of the Emerging Technologies and Innovation Center offers clean-room facilities equipped to handle complex research projects that require micro- and nanoscale fabrication. Explore the Nanofabrication Lab's equipment.
The New England Robotics Validation and Experimentation (NERVE) Center is a dedicated research, testing, and training facility. See the facilities.
The Next Generation Sequencing & Genomics Lab provides DNA and RNA sequencing services and technical expertise. Check out all the Next Generation Sequencing & Genomics Lab's capabilities.
The Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy Facility offers a state-of-the-art JEOL 400 MHz NMR. See the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Facility's equipment.
The Radiation Laboratory provides controlled radiation environments and analytical measurement services and facilities for proton, neutron and gamma environments. Explore the Radiation Laboratory.
The Thermal & Mechanical Properties Lab contains equipment including a DSC, Q20; TGA, Q50; and a DMA, Q800. Learn more about the Thermal & Mechanical Properties Lab.