Posts Tagged ‘Research Resources’

Liquid nitrogen alarms available at half price for OHSU researchers

Recently, Research Administration and the Facilities & Logistics Research Store worked out a deal for an affordable liquid nitrogen monitoring system that will mitigate risk and support the integrity of your work at half the price of manufacture resale value. How the alarms work The alarms are stand-alone units that are not connected to a monitoring network. When your tank is low on liquid nitrogen, the alarm will give off an audible sound until it … Read More

New: Faculty Guide for Start-Ups Sited at OHSU

If you are thinking about forming a start-up company, be sure to refer to this essential new resource, the Faculty Guide for Start-Ups Sited at OHSU. The guide provides contact information for a list of on-campus units you’ll need to work with, including Technology Transfer & Business Development to discuss intellectual property licenses and business planning, Campus Planning to discuss leases of OHSU space and other logistics, and the Integrity Office to discuss conflicts of … Read More

Updated: Cellular Imaging at the Nanoscale symposium, June 27-28

The symposium Cellular Imaging at the Nanoscale will take place at OHSU on June 27-28, 2013, in the Old Library Auditorium. This event will showcase cutting-edge microscopy technologies that can be used to image biological systems at high resolution. Presentations and discussions will focus on imaging cellular systems in 4D, novel tools and probes for imaging, super-resolution microscopy (SRM), and correlated light and electron microscopy. As of June 21, over 300 attendees have registered for … Read More

OHSU CoreSearch: 800 research resources, 1 search engine

Need do to DNA sequencing? Need to analyze samples by flow cytometry? There are 37 core labs at OHSU that specialize in these areas and more. Now you can easily search for them using the CoreSearch tool, a website developed for OHSU Core Labs by the Library’s Ontology Development Group. CoreSearch uses data from the eagle-i Network, and allowing discovery of over 800 services and instruments offered by OHSU Research Cores & Shared Resources through … Read More

New Advanced Computing Center website

OHSU’s Advanced Computing Center has recently launched its new website. The Advanced Computing Center, or ACC, is designed to supplement services provided by the Information Technology Group. Some of the services they offer include: Consulting Tiered research storage solutions Secure local and remote collaboration options Virtual server environments Application hosting and license management/compliance Co-location and support for research computing systems Secure and public web portals Large suite of open source applications running on a parallel … Read More

OHSU to be one of the first to install new high-resolution mass spectrometer

This July, OHSU’s Proteomics Shared Resource will be adding a high-resolution mass spectrometer called a Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Fusion. OHSU will be one of the first universities in the world to install this new flagship proteomics platform by Thermo. The Orbitrap Fusion will allow OHSU researchers to incorporate the latest technologies in proteomics including tandem mass tags, iTRAQ, and SILAC multiplexing of complex protein samples, as well as improve their detection and quantitation of protein … Read More

OHSU Funding Database upgraded

The OHSU Funding Opportunities Database has recently undergone a major upgrade. This database can be used by any OHSU student or employee to search for research grants and fellowships by keyword, rank, residence type, deadline, or sponsor. With this upgrade, the keyword search function has become more robust. Additionally, the database now tracks multiple deadlines for grant programs with more than one deadline per year. The database houses funding opportunities, primarily from non-governmental sources, of … Read More

New O2 site for cancer researchers

The Knight Cancer Institute has a new presence on OHSU’s intranet, O2. The new site contains information about: Knight Cancer research seminars and events Logos, letterhead and other templates OHSU Knight BioLibrary resources Technology transfer and industry partnerships for cancer researchers Clinical trials office support resources Visit the new Knight Cancer Institute O2 site.

Test household items for heavy metals at the Metal Ion Core Open House, May 17

Could there be heavy metals in your baby food or drinking water? Get common household items tested for metal content at this year’s Metal Ion Core Open House on Friday, May 17 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. New this year is heavy metal testing on baby formula and food, and dog food. The Ralle Lab will be using their Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry, or ICP-MS, to test for metals such as copper, iron and zinc, and … Read More

New Elemental Analysis Core website makes it easy to request services

OHSU’s Elemental Analysis Core uses Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry, or ICP-MS, to determine precise elemental concentration in a variety of biological and manufactured materials. The core has just launched their new website where you can learn all about the ICP-MS instrument, which has parts per billion and parts per trillion sensitivities for more naturally occurring elements, and easily request sample analysis. The core also provides complimentary data analysis, offers sample preparation and experimental consultation, … Read More

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