Core Facilities

The University of Texas at Austin operates core facilities dedicated to providing the latest equipment and knowledge necessary to assist researchers. From routine, though essential, support services to advanced technical and consulting services, these cores facilitate and enhance the important research conducted at the university on a daily basis.

Cockrell School of Engineering

Advanced Manufacturing Center

  • Laboratory for Freeform Fabrication
  • UT Manufacturing and Design Laboratory (MADLab)
  • UT Product Development, Prototyping and Reverse Engineering Laboratory
  • Ceramics Processing Laboratory
  • Nanoscale Manufacturing and Measurement Labs
  • Micro-Nano Scale Thermo-Fluids Laboratory
  • Excimer Laser Ablation Lab
  • Nanoparticle nanocomposite fab
  • The IDEALab
  • IMPACT Lab (Integrated Mechanics of Processing & Composites Manufacturing Laboratory)
  • Characterization of Manufactured Items

Center for Aeromechanics Research

Flowfield Imaging Lab

Computational Fluid Physics LAB

Microelectronics Research Center

Texas Materials Institute/Center for Nano and Molecular Science and Technology

College of Liberal Arts/College of Natural Sciences

Imaging Research Center

College of Natural Sciences

Institute for Cellular and Molecular Biology

ICMB Core Research Facilities

Department of Chemistry

Chemistry Shops and Services

Texas Institute for Drug and Diagnostics Development

Jackson School of Geosciences

College of Pharmacy