Supporting Microscopy and Cell Cytometry Research and Education at Texas Tech University
NEWS- Welcome Stephanny Lizarraga our new Research Scientist!
DATA TRANSFER POLICY
From 01/29/2020 on, we will change the data transfer policy throughout the CASM center. To protect our instrument computers from potential virus issue, we request all users to use our common flash drives dedicated for each instrument to copy data, then plug in the data computer in 114 to copy to your own flash drive or send through Email. Alternatively, you must scan your device on the data computer before plug it in any instrument computer in CASM. We appreciate your cooperation and let's do our best to keep a no virus environment for all users. Thanks!
For help in Materials Science or reserving an SEM or TEM Microscope please contact Dr. Bo Zhao.
To assist with designing polychromatic flow cytometry panels for use on the Cytometers, users are encouraged to visit the FluoroFinder web-page.
College of Arts & Sciences Microscopy (CASM) of Texas Tech University located in the Experimental Sciences Building ESB 112 and ESB 114.
The facility is open to all faculty, graduate students and area businesses interested in enhancing their research using the techniques of transmission electron and scanning electron microscopy. Trained users are given independent access to the instruments they require.
The primary function of the laboratory is to train students, staff and faculty to become proficient in the techniques required for independent research. In addition, the facility also offers service work by special arrangement.
Texas Tech University College of Arts & Sciences Microscopy
College of Arts & Sciences Microscopy (CASM)
If work generated on any of the instruments in the Texas Tech University College of Arts & Sciences Microscopy (e.g. photos, analytical data, etc.) is to be used in a paper, thesis, dissertation, poster or some other form of presentation, College of Arts & Sciences Microscopy (CASM) should be properly acknowledged. If most of the work was done by independently, without a great deal of input from the CASM staff (i.e. after the class is finished), the laboratory itself need only be acknowledged. If the CASM staff assisted in the acquisition of data or contributed significantly to your research in some other manner, personal attribution should be given to that staff member, as well as to the CASM. These acknowledgments are important and could be useful in the future for the acquisition of new instrumentation and funding. A copy of the acknowledgment would also be greatly appreciated.
If the Hitachi S-4300SE/N was used, please include the NSF grant number: NSF DBI-0421032 College of Arts & Sciences Microscopy, Texas Tech University