Funding

NCSU has generously provided support in 2008-2010 totalling more than 1M to renovate the facility, provide support for a full-time director and new staff, as well as purchase state-of-the-art instrumentation.

Instrument Year Cost Source of Support
HP 5985 GC-MS 1980 $40,000 NCSU Chemistry
JEOL HX110 1985 $600,000 NCBC*
HP 1100 MSD LC-MS (Demo) 1995 $75,000 Chemistry / Toxicology / Veterinary Medicine
Micromass Quattro II LC-MS 1995 $165,230 NSF** / NCSU Match
Bruker Proflex III MALDI-TOF MS 1996 $114,499 NCBC* / NCSU Match
HP GCD GC-MS 1996 $42,415 Hewlett Packard
Bruker Omniflex MALDI-TOF MS 2002 $190,000 NCSU Chemistry
Agilent 6210 LC-TOF MS 2007 $190,000 NCBC* / NCSU Chemistry
Agilent 5975B GC/MS 2007 $60,000 NCBC* / NCSU Chemistry
Thermo Fisher Scientific LTQ Orbitrap XL 2008 $750,000 NCSU Vice Chancellor for Research
Thermo Fisher Scientific TSQ Quantum Discovery MAX 2010 $300,000 PAMS / Chemistry
AB Sciex 5800 MALDI-TOF/TOF-MS 2012 $335,000 NCSU Office for Research and Development
Thermo Fisher Scientific Exactive Plus 2013 $220,000 NCSU

* NCBC is the North Carolina Biotechnology Center.
** NSF is the National Science Foundation.

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