CAB is a core facility center where academic and industrial users may access advanced microscopes and expert training by the CAB team.
Modern structural biology often involves the integration of data from multiple advanced experimental techniques. The University of Copenhagen is home to numerous facilities for conducting these experiments. These facilities can be accessed on a collaborative of fee-for-use basis.
The Core Facility for Integrated Microscopy
CFIM is a technology platform offering access to a wide range of state-of-the art light and electron microscopes. CFIM provides expertise, training, and support.
The Copenhagen Center for Open NMR Spectroscopy
cOpenNMR enables open access to academic and industrial scientists from all fields for conducting high field solution NMR spectroscopy.
The Copenhagen facility for biological SAXS
CPHSAXS is a core facility for small-angle x-ray scattering where researchers can do experiments or prepare for experiments at large scale facilities.