Many researchers at the faculty are dependent on advanced and expensive research infrastructure. We have several core facilities to meet this need. A core facility is a specialist laboratory serving researchers from both within and outside its own institution.
More information about the role of core facilities can be found on the about core facilities page.
We offer high-end imaging technology based on Transmission Electron Microscopy.
We provide services within super-resolution microscopy, live cell microscopy, confocal scanning microscopy, wide-field microscopy, and image analysis.
We offer services within bioinformatics, including analysis of next-generation sequencing data, microarray data, protein structure analysis, statistical genomics and access to useful databases and web services.
Discover small molecules to probe, explore and modulate biological systems.
We provide services within flow cytometry analysis and cell sorting.
We have an extensive set of technologies to study genome structure, dynamics and function.
We provide infrastructure for PET investigations of small animals.
We develop new and advanced MR methods for the study of brain diseases.
The Norwegian Brain Initiative (NORBRAIN) is a large-scale national infrastructure project addressing the basic principles of brain operation. We have a core facility for two-photon laser scanning microscopy.
Do you want more information about our core facilties and other institutions having core facilties?
To become a core facility, there are several criteria you have to meet (Norwegian only)