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Cornell University

Imaging Facility


High-resolution X-ray Computed Tomography (CT)


Bioluminescence and fluorescence macro imaging

Cornell Visualization and Imaging Partnership

The Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility (CNF) and the Cornell Institute of Biotechnology (Biotech) have partnered to further advance Cornell’s excellence in Life Science characterization and imaging capabilities through the application of state-of-the art micro - and nanofabrication tools and vice versa. Our shared mission is to foster and enhance the convergence of research fields and bring together ideas and approaches leading to new solutions that will inspire innovation and discovery.

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Image showing the effect of resolution and magnification on an Image Microscopy Explained - Resolution and Magnification
Basic Optical Microscopy Explained by BRC Imaging Facility Staff Member Johanna Dela Cruz (video)

Laser capture microdissection

High resolution ultrasound

Cell Culture Support

Software access

The BRC has two reserved parking spaces for facility customers who are transporting sensitive samples.

Acknowledging BRC services and staff

If you publish data that has been generated with the help of the services we provide, mentioning the Cornell Institute of Biotechnology in the acknowledgments section is very helpful. Here is why. You can also review our authorship guidelines. Please reference the following Research Resource Identifier (RRID): RRID:SCR_021741