The Core Research Facilities and Services at the University of New England were established by the Office of Research and Scholarship to provide the University community and other scientific institutions with access to state-of-the-art equipment and training.
The purpose of the Cores is to make technology and expertise available to all students, faculty, staff and external researchers. Our highly trained facility managers help expedite the research process in a variety of ways.
The Cores are shared facilities categorized into centralized labs organized by areas of technology and scientific study. UNE currently hosts the following core facilities:
- Genomics, Analytics & Proteomics Core (GAPC)
- In Vitro Drug Screening Core
- Histology & Imaging Core (HI-C)
- Microscope Core Facility
- Behavioral Core
Please view the individual facilities’ sites for more information, or contact the Office of Research and Scholarship with general questions.