The University Instrumentation Center hosted a first-of-its-kind symposium focusing on the world of Ultralow Temperature Freezers on October 13, 2016 at the Paul School of Business and Economics at the University of New Hampshire.
The University Instrumentation Center (UIC) hosted Abbey Olsen, a Seacoast School of Technology (SST) Biotechnology Program intern this summer. Under the guidance of Carolyn Kelley, the SST Biotechnology program is a two year intensive program focusing on equipping the students with the skills to make major scientific discoveries. Students use the same technology and lab procedures employed in commercial research facilities and participate in hands-on learning in the areas of cellular and microbiology, immunology, forensics, genetics and organism modeling to name just a few.
The University Instrumentation Center sends a big thank you to Eryn Murphy and Alyssa Trickett for their years of service as work study students. Both recently graduated this year from the University of New Hampshire.
The University Instrumentation Center provides engineering services in support of all teaching and research activities on campus.
Instrument Procurement and Installation
The UIC has identified through years of experience a series of recommended and supported instruments and have developed discount pricing with some key suppliers. Click here for more information on how the UIC can help you in outfitting your laboratory.