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Center for Brain Science - Neuroengineering Core Facility (FAS)

Summary:

Technological advances hold a key to greater understanding of the structure and function of complex neural circuits. Neuroengineering is a core facility that provides customized engineering solutions to neuroscience problems faced by our members. Assistance with experimental design, electronics, machining, and software development, are all services provided.

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    • Access to fabrication lab ( Access service )

      "CBS faculty, post docs, and students may obtain access to our fabrication facility. The lab provides basic tools and materials used in the production of scientific equipment. Currently, three levels of lab access are permitted:

      Unrestricted access to all electronic and optical test and fabrication equipment: solder stations, reflow oven, high speed DAQ equipment, optics and cameras.


      After a brief in-house safety program (<2 hrs.) competent users may operate most of the standard machining tools (drill press, bandsaw, tablesaw, grinders, chopsaws).

      Completion of the physics machine shop course grants access to the metal-working mill and lathe."

    • Equipment consultation service ( Support service )

      "Consult on [neuroengineering] equipment purchasing decisions."


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    Last updated: 2011-07-18T09:58:27.614-05:00

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