There is a variety of cutting-edge technology, equipment, instrumentation and other resources available to researchers at West Virginia University.
Cost-effective access to centrally managed high-performance computing (HPC), storage and virtualization; high-speed networking; and assistance to the WVU research community in the areas of computational science.
SRF is open to all researchers, including WVU faculty, postdocs, and grad students. SRF oversees four primary areas of research: nanoscience, engineering, materials science, forensics, and medicine.
There are a number of shared research facilities and laboratories available at the Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center including facilities for microscope imaging, transgenic animal, flow cytometry, biospecimen processing, and genomics.
Available to students, staff, post-doctoral fellows, and faculty. It includes three superconducting NMR spectrometers: one UnityINOVA 600 MHz (Varian), and two JEOL 270 MHz Eclipses.