Distinctive Research & Training Opportunities
FAU Jupiter unites scientists and students in research and training programs and leverages FAU’s close affiliations with Scripps Florida and the Max Planck Florida Institute, also located on the campus. The campus is a hub of distinctive research and training programs offered within the Charles E. Schmidt College of Science, FAU Brain Institute and Center for Molecular Biology and Biotechnology.
FAU has core facilities, common equipment and shared equipment. We also have reciprocity agreements with Scripps-Florida and Max Planck Florida Institute for access to their core facilities. FAU faculty can access those cores with equal priority and on a cost basis.
FAU Cell Imaging Core - The FAU Cell Imaging Core provides imaging services and light microscopy equipment to support scientific and clinical investigators at FAU and other institutions.
FAU Neurobehavior Core - The FAU Neurobehavior Core was established to provide FAU researchers with the facilities and resources to perform an array of mouse behaviors.
Center for Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (CMBB) Core Facility - The Center for Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (CMBB) makes its Instrument Facilities and Core laboratory available to both academic and private-sector users.
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