Facilities and Core Resources
Wayne State University is fortunate to have world-class facilities and expertise in a number of areas of potential interest to industry partners. These facilities and core resources are available on a contract or fee-for-use basis. For more information, click on the links below, or contact the Wayne State Technology Commercialization Office.
Smart Sensors and Integrated Microsystems Laboratory (SSIM)
The SSIM laboratory at the Wayne State University College of Engineering, under the directorship of Dr. Gregory Auner, is a world-class facility for the fabrication of MEMS-based sensors, nanodevices, and semiconductors. The laboratory contains a state-of-the-art, 5500 square foot class 100 and class 100,000 cleanroom facility. Click HERE for more information on the SSIM Institute and facilities.
Applied Genomics Technology Center (AGTC)
The Applied Genomics Technology Center at Wayne State is an integral part of the State of Michigan's Core Technology Alliance (CTA). The AGTC provides gene expression, bioinformatics, and other genomic services to industry partners on a fee-for-use basis. Click HERE for more information.
Department of Chemistry Central Instrumentation Facility
The Wayne State University Department of Chemistry's Central Instrumentation Facility, established in 1982, provides access and expertise tin analyticial instrumentation, including Mass Spectrometry, NMR, and X-Ray crystallography. Click here for more information.