Where are you located?

The SBR is located on the bottom floor (rooms 01-50) of Polk Hall on the Main Campus of NC State University (see map above).

What time can I stop by to drop off samples?

Our hours for sample drop-off are 9 AM until 4 PM Monday through Friday. We ask that if you want to stop by during lunch (12-1 PM) that you email ahead to confirm your plans.

Can I schedule a meeting to discuss a project I had in mind?

Of course! We encourage you to discuss your project needs with us. Please email or call NMR (919-515-0836; pmthomps@ncsu.edu), X-ray (919-513-0173; paul_swartz@ncsu.edu), Mass Spectrometry (919-515-0831); kevin_blackburn@ncsu.edu), and Bio-molecular interaction (919-513-0173; paul_swartz@ncsu.edu) to set-up a time.

Do you let customers use the lab equipment?

Most of our equipment is used by customers directly when properly trained. Please email or call NMR (919-515-0836; pmthomps@ncsu.edu?), X-ray (919-513-0173; paul_swartz@ncsu.edu), Mass Spectrometry (919-515-0831); kevin_blackburn@ncsu.edu), and Bio-molecular interaction (919-513-0173; paul_swartz@ncsu.edu) for more information.

Do you accept projects from outside of NC State University?

Yes. We have many customers from all over the country. Please call or email Paul Swartz (919-513-0173; paul_swartz@ncsu.edu) for questions about billing concerns.

Are your prices different for NC State customers, other universities, or for businesses?

All U.S. federally-funded parties are charged the same use rates. Other parties or businesses, please contact us to discuss pricing.

How to Cite?

If our services have contributed to your research, please cite our facility in either the Methods or Acknowledgements section of your manuscript. When your research is published, please let us know and we will add you to our growing list of user publications.

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