The Core Labs are composed of nine laboratories organized around on central mission: to provide state-of-the-art facilities, training, and service to the KAUST research community. This tour is your opportunity to get up-close with the fascinating work being done in these labs.
The tour will be led by Core Labs staff scientists and will enable you to visit up to three different labs. The tour includes a 20-30-minute walk-through of each facility and information about their role supporting research at KAUST.
Don't miss this unique opportunity to explore these state-of-the-art facilities.
This event is brought to you by the Office of Enrichment Programs in collaboration with the Core Labs.
This event has limited seating. If you register and cannot make this event, please be sure to 'Unregister' so someone else can take your place.
The Core Labs & Major Facilities support the KAUST vision by exhibiting an enduring model for advanced education and scientific research.
The Core Labs are composed of nine laboratories organized around one central mission: to provide state-of-the-art facilities, training and services to KAUST faculty, students, researchers, industry and government partners. These laboratories are a prominent feature of the KAUST interdisciplinary research eco-system, with over 135 permanent staff scientists, engineers, specialists, technicians and administration. The laboratories function as a shared-user facility and play a key role in encouraging interdisciplinary collaboration through ease of access and a consistent mode of operation.
Strategically located throughout the academic campus, the laboratories allow users to easily transition between labs in a matter of minutes, from a research vessel to a next-generation genetic sequencing facility or an electron microscope to a virtual reality environment.
These centrally organized, shared facilities provide users with direct access to specialized instruments and services together with the necessary staff expertise. Core Labs staff are available for full-service requests or to train researchers in becoming independent lab users, always ensuring users acquire the highest-quality outputs.
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