NBTC Shared Facilities in Duffield
New User Registration Click here to go to registration page.
- You will need to provide information and submit a project description to become an NBTC facility user.
- After registering you need to sign up for safety-orientation training (see below).
- Sign up for equipment training by contacting the tool manager - see Equipment List for tool managers.
- For complete instructions on becoming a new user click here
Scheduled Safety-Orientation Training:
2nd Floor Safety Orientation - Every Wednesday at 9:00am
Meet in 350 Duffield Hall (NBTC Offices) - sign-up with Penny Burke at least 24 hr in advance
Users must be dressed appropriately: No exposed skin from shoulders to feet
- No shorts, short pants, skirts, sandals, open-toed shoes, midriff-baring tops, shoes that expose the tops of the feet, etc.
Contact Brian Bowman
Workshops & Minicourses:
NBTC Staff provide researcher training opportunities on topics relevant to the nanobiotechnology research community.
Click here for details of Training & Educational Opportunities for Researchers.
Publications based on work that has been done in the NBTC facilities should include the NBTC in their acknowledgements section. The suggested text should read:
This work made use of the Nanobiotechnology Center shared research facilities at Cornell.
NBTC Surplus Equipment List
The NBTC shared facility is a user-oriented research and education facility, designed to advance interdisciplinary programs in nanobiotechnology. It is open to NBTC faculty, staff, students and affiliates, the Cornell community, and researchers from other academic institutions and industry.
The facility has equipment located in Duffield Hall and offers a full range of capabilities and services for design, fabrication, and characterization of substrates and devices for nanobiotechnology. NBTC cleanroom tools (see below for details) process and fabricate novel materials and substrates. Chemical and bio-processing labs on the second floor provide capabilities required to functionalize and charcterize substrates and materials for nanobiotechnology research.
In addition to the NBTC facilities other resources at Cornell such as CNF and CCMR are available to all NBTC users.
Download Project Description Form (Word Format)
Download NBTC Duffield 2nd floor Safety Protocols (pdf Format)
For more information about using NBTC Facilities contact: