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Nanoscale Imaging Center

The Nanoscale Imaging Center anchors a campus-wide effort to investigate the behavior of single molecules and nanostructures, with an emphasis on medical, biological, and materials science applications. The center houses several top-of-the-line imaging instruments, including a laser scanning confocal microscope, confocal fluorescence correlation spectroscope, and atomic force microscope. Used by our Chemistry, Physics, Biology, and Psychology departments, this facility also collaborates with researchers in the Indiana University School of Medicine.

Directors:

  • Chistoph A. Naumann, Ph.D.
  • Ricardo Decca, Ph.D.
  • William Stillwell, Ph.D.