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Labs & Facilities

Research laboratories include solid state physics laboratories for surface studies of crystals, a biophysics laboratory specializing in the study of physics of the human eye, and an experimental nuclear physics laboratory for the preparation of experiments at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility. Laboratories for the study of nanomaterials and nonlinear optics are located in the Owa Ehan building.

The University is a member of Southeastern Association for Research in Astronomy, a consortium of universities which operates a 0.9-meter telescope at Kitt Peak National Observatory near Tucson, Arizona, and a 0.6-m telescope at Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory in Chile.


Center for Imaging Science

 Research-dedicated MRI facility supporting an integrated community of investigators at the forefront of imaging science.

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Stocker Astroscience Center

Opening opportunities for remote and local research of planets, nebula, bright quasars and microvariation of Blazars.

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Additional Facilities

View more facilities on the CASE website. 

CASE facilities

Support Facilities

Electronics Shop

Designing and manufacturing high-quality electronic equipment and components

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Machine Shop

Designing, engineering and manufacturing high-quality parts and equipment in support of scientific research

Learn more about the machine shop