SEA supports and provides state-of-the-art research equipment capabilities for Rice University and the extended Rice community.
We provide sophisticated research equipment and facilities to all members of the Rice University community, as well as support and open instrumentation usage to outside companies, nano/bio/enviro start-ups and other universities upon availability.
We support more than 65 instruments.
SEA offers training and support for all of our state-of-the-art research equipment.
Fluorescence based quantitative analysis of cells or bacteria
Bench top flow cytometry with direct sampling using a microcapillary system
Multi application cell sorter
Spectral Flow Cytometry
Flow cytometry and fluorescence-activated cell sorting (FACs) experiments
Nikon Image processing/analysis software
In Vivo imaging system
Pre-Clinical Bioluminescence and Fluorescence Perkin Elmer IVIS Lumina III Imager for organs, tissues, gels, agars, plants or plates imaging.
Imaging, Diffraction, Cryo-imaging
Confocal laser scanning at higher-speed with live cell imaging module
Wide field epi-fluorescence/transmitted light microscope
Transmitted light (limited fluorescence use) microscope
Confocal laser scanning microscope at regular speed
Nanoparticel tracking analysis
Chemical analysis of biomolecules
Chemical analysis of polymers and compounds
Chemical analysis of biomolecules, polymers and compounds
RNA DNA sample quality control
A device for preparing Cryo TEM samples
Study molecular events occurring on surfaces
Multimode plate reader/fluorimeter/luminometer
Amplification of DNA
Absorbance, fluorescence and luminescence plate reader