The CNSI Workshops comprise the Microfluidics Lab in 3430 Elings Hall, and the Innovation Workshop in 2442 & 2448 Elings Hall. The Microfluidics Lab is used primarily by researchers building scientific instruments, and the Innovation Workshop has a broader set of users including students, staff and faculty who want to build and test prototypes of their inventions. Follow the links in the sidebar to explore the capability of the labs, and learn how to become a user.
This Wiki has information about: becoming a workshop user; safety, reference and training information for the workshop tools; Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs); chemical safety references; and other generally useful reference material for working productively in the CNSI Workshops.
Workshop Wizards are undergraduate students who maintain the labs, provide training to users, design new tools, and build parts for users. Dr. Brian Dincau is the workshop manager. Please feel free to contact any of us with questions or ideas that you want to discuss.