Author Archives: Tania

Plate reader in 3 Althouse

This is a friendly reminder that the plate reader is a shared instrument, and many researchers rely on it being maintained in good condition. While it is free for everyone to use, it is not free to repair and maintain. Please be courteous to your colleagues and take good care of the plate reader.

Please close the drawer, turn off the instrument and the computer, and cover the instrument before leaving.

Regrettably, I am unable to clean after facility visitors and check the plate reader area; and I thank everyone who helps to keep the plate reader area in my laboratory clean and tidy.

Yesterday, the reader was left turned on and open: not a good thing given the amount of dust and sand coming out of the AC ducts in the lab. (It is a very old building.)

Plate reader left turned on and open on July 31

 

Tania

February 17, 2016

The Facility’s PAGE equipment is free to use. If you don’t know how to run a gel, Tania can help!

Professor Ozbolat's students, Kerim (left) and Madhuri (right) are using PAGE equipment with Donna's (center) guidance.

Professor Ozbolat’s students, Kerim (left) and Madhuri (right) are using PAGE equipment with Donna’s (center) guidance.

Polymer analysis open house

The Proteomics and Mass Spectrometry Core Facility is inviting everyone interested in polymer analysis by MALDI-TOF to an open house event on Friday, February 5th, 9 AM to 5 PM.

Come down the facility to see our instrumentation and discuss your next mass spectrometry analysis over some light refreshments!

Contact James Miller at jrm112@psu.edu for more details.