Welcome to the CNRS Core Research Facility

Welcome to the College of Natural Resources and Sciences Core Research Facility (CNRS Core Research Facility, CNRS Core) we’re happy that you have chosen to explore our webpages in hopes of expanding your scientific training and research experience. The CNRS Core Facility and its Staff are a resource providing training and experimental research experience as well as insight and advice to help one achieve their research project goals. The CNRS Core is a research lab, therefore specific safety requirements need to be met in order to maintain a safe working environment for all users and staff to perform experiments. These criteria may be different than other labs, therefore please feel free to ask any questions of the Staff in the CNRS Core at any time if clarification is needed (eaf67@humboldt.edu).

The CNRS Core provides a shared/community scientific laboratory workspace where specialized equipment and instrumentation as well as limited bench space for training and research projects is located. CNRS Core resources are maintained through the CNRS and University for use by faculty or students working on faculty sponsored research projects which may originate through a class or a grant. The CNRS Core is a community workspace, however access must be obtained from the CNRS Core Research Facility administrator (eaf67@humboldt.edu) prior to performing any work. The hours work may be performed in the CNRS Core are between 9 am and 5 pm Monday through Friday, please plan your work accordingly.

Do you have questions about what you can do in the core or research ideas to talk through? Methodology questions?

Book Time with Liz, Core Director!


Daniel O. Michael
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