Research Facilities

  • Computer Aided Molecular Design Core Facility Logo

    Computer Aided Molecular Design Core Facility

    The Computer Aided Molecular Design Core Facility aims to provide a full range of computational support, from atomistic modeling to assistance in proposal writing, for drug discovery and related areas to all groups on campus.

    CAMD Website

  • Research equipment in the Genomics Core Facility

    Genomics Core Facility

    The Notre Dame Genomics Core Facility opened in 2008 to provide high-quality equipment and support for genomics experimentation.

    Genomics Website

  • Hand holding tiny vial with clear liquid, Mass Spectrometry Facility

    Mass Spectrometry Facility

    The Mass Spectrometry Facility provides modern instrumentation and expertise for mass spectrometric analysis, a key tool in the analysis of large molecules supporting research in organic, inorganic, and environmental chemistry

    Mass Spec Website

  • Materials Characterization Facility

    Materials Characterization Facility

    The Materials Characterization Facility delivers state-of-the-art analytical services, expertise, and instrumentation with unique capabilities to resolve some of the most relevant scientific problems facing researchers today.

    MCF Website

  • Molecular Structure Facility

    Molecular Structure Facility

    The Molecular Structure Facility houses three single crystal and one powder diffractometer. This allows researchers rapid and timely access to a fundamental analysis of new compounds synthesized in their laboratories.

    Molecular Structure Website

  • Drone View of UNDERC in the fall


    The Notre Dame Linked Experimental Ecosystem Facility (ND-LEEF) hosts two replicated watersheds that each contain a linked stream, pond, and wetland that can be manipulated to test ecological hypotheses.

    ND-LEEF Website

  • A researcher sits at a computer desk in the Integrated Imaging Center, the room is glowing orange

    Notre Dame Integrated Imaging Facility

    The Notre Dame Integrated Imaging Facility (NDIIF) is a state-of-the-art research core that will make available to the Notre Dame science and engineering community an integrated suite of sophisticated microscopes and imaging stations

    NDIIF Website

  • Inside a large chemistry or physics lab

    Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Research Center

    This facility plays a critical role in the structural biology, biosynthetic chemistry, and transgenic research carried out at the University.

    NMR Website

  • Large mesmerizing equipment in the Nuclear Structure Lab

    Nuclear Structure Laboratory

    This is one of only three medium-scale accelerator laboratories in the United States funded by the National Science Foundation to perform basic research in a wide spectrum of areas.

    ISNAP Website

  • Radiation Laboratory

    Radiation Laboratory

    The Notre Dame Radiation Laboratory is the premier research laboratory in the United States for radiation chemistry, the study of chemical reactions induced by ionizing radiation.

    Rad Lab Website

  • Zebrafish

    Zebrafish Facility

    Created in 1995, the Zebrafish Facility provides a tool for both basic research and teaching in vertebrate genetics and developmental biology.