In accordance with federal requirements, Cost Analysis.requires units utilizing interdepartmental charges to recover some or all of the costs of products and services, and having aggregate revenue in excess of $50,000 per year, have their rates reviewed and approved biannually. The following is the current list of facilities with approved rates. For information about a specific facility, follow the link for each facility. For information about the rate approval process, contact the
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|Arts & Sciences
|Arts & Sciences
|Chemistry Computer Facility
|ChemIT serves faculty, staff members, and graduate students on:
|Arts & Sciences
|Coil Multi-User Income - Sparks
|Cornell Stable Isotope Laboratory measures stable isotopes. The facility supports a broad community of scientists at Cornell as well as other academic institutions and organizations spanning the globe in the areas of biogeochemistry, agronomy, ecology, geology, atmospheric science, microbiology, and nutrition.
|Arts & Sciences
|Provides access to NMR spectrometers for the whole university as well as local institutions and industry.
|Arts & Sciences
|X-Ray Diffract Recovery
|Offers single-crystal X-ray diffraction services to members of the Cornell campus and other researchers throughout the region. Our goal is to provide crystal structure analysis of small molecules (organic, inorganic, organometallic and coordination compounds) and to instruct students, faculty and other users in the collection and interpretation of X-ray diffraction data.
|Building & Properties Service Center (AgriTech)
|Trade personnel provide noncore support to faculty programs and custodial services to USDA occupied space.
|Clerel Service Center
|Projects aimed at increasing grape yields, product quality, diversity and improvement of cultivars, efficiency of production, profitability, and adoption of environmentally sound cultural and pest management strategies.
|Field Research Unit Service Center (AgriTech)
|Field research unit: service request, plant protection, land use fees, and spray material.
|Geneva Fleet Rentals (AgriTech)
|Geneva Fleet rentals.
|Wine Analysis Service Lab (Gerling)
|Offering over 25 different chemical, microbiological, and sensory analyses at the facility for quality assurance, trouble shooting, and federal regulatory compliance.
|CALS GREENHOUSES & GROWTH CHAMBERS OPERATIONS
|The greenhouses and growth chambers managed by Cornell AES are vital for research and teaching. They offer carefully controlled environments for complex and sensitive research. Many houses have computerized environmental controls to regulate temperature, light and humidity in the most accurate and energy efficient way possible.
|Geneva Greenhouse & Growth Chambers
|Rental of space in the Geneva Greenhouse.
|Growth Chambers & SARL
|Sarkaria Arthropod Research Lab (SARL) and Growth Chambers
|CUAES Farm Services & Compost Facility
|Manages Cornell’s compost facility, provides agricultural services such as drainage, trucking, mowing and excavating, and a well-maintained fleet of agricultural equipment to Cornell units.
|Produces fly media for use in maintaining Drosophila (fruit flies) used in research.
|Nutritional Analysis Laboratory
|Provides a wide-range of research quality analyses for environmental and biological samples using analytical equipment and techniques.
|Plant Disease Lab
|The Clinic provides fast and accurate plant disease diagnosis and up-to-date pest control recommendations for anyone from home owners to commercial growers. Services include analysis of plant material and soil for bacterial, fungal, viral, and nematode pathogen.
|Plant Transformation Facility
|Supports plant biology research by making transgenic plants.
|Recharge HPLC - Abbaspourrad
|HPLC Analysis which includes column, solvent, standards, sample preparation and technician time.
|Evolutionary Biology Lab Use
|Laboratory supplies and services.
|Soil Health Facility
|Provides standardized information on important soil biological and physical constraints, in addition to standard nutrient analysis.
|Computing and Information Science IT Service
|IT support for the Cornell College of Engineering, Bowers CIS, and Tech Campus communities.
|Cornell Statistical Consulting Unit
|Performing basic statistical analysis, creating graphs and data visualization, completing complex statistical analysis and modeling, producing reports with detailed interpretation, writing reproducible syntax/command files, and providing timely communication to clients.
|Apps on Demand
|Provides a cloud-based virtual computer lab service. It is used by faculty to provide students easy access to software in a managed, standardized Microsoft Windows environment.
|AV consulting for events.
|Blog Service-Tier 2
|A cost-effective online publishing platform: CampusPress.
|Campus Printing Services
|CU Print is a campus printing service offered by Cornell Information Technologies. It's a fast, easy, and inexpensive way to print. With CU Print, you can use any networked computer to send files over the campus network to laser printers located in libraries, computer labs, and elsewhere.
|CIT offers a suite of security tools to safeguard users' data through cloud backup, malware protection, and confidential data identification.
|Custom Web Development
|Portfolio of services supporting the development, maintenance, and hosting of CU websites and web applications.
|Event & Support Services
|Provides audio-visual (AV) needs of events , from webinar support to hybrid events, CIT has the staff, expertise, and equipment to meet your event's technical needs.
|Phased replacement of EZ-Backup with Code42 (for endpoints) and Cohesity (for servers). Fee-based, automated, remote backup/archive/storage service that will back up your workstation or server files and allow you to restore them yourself. CrashPlan is included in Certified Desktop.
|Provides fully-managed virtual and physical Linux and Windows servers in two on-premises datacenters and the cloud. Services include security tiers for HIPAA, and Policy 5.10 data with OS hardening and patching, firewalls, vulnerability scanning and two-factor login. High availability and data protection is provided by best-practices management, backup/recovery, load balancing, and replicated file shares as requested. Support includes 7X24 monitoring and emergency on-call as well as consulting on troubleshooting, performance, and security.
|The Storage Farm is offered to customers of the managed server farm. It has both internal CIT customers and campus customers from other departments. Servers using the Storage Farm service must be housed in one of two CIT machine rooms and managed by CIT's systems administration staff.
|Shared File Services
|Shared File Services (SFS) provides file storage which enables sharing of files between groups of users and computers.
|Starting FY22, basic telephone service (which includes a soft client) will be an allocated cost, however, there will still be a monthly charge for physical handsets. The monthly rate is intended to recover the costs of the equipment, configuration and installation over a five-year period.
|CBE Machine Shop
|Design, fabrication, and repair of complex research equipment and devices.
|Duffield Praxair Recharge
|Nitrogen service billing to departments.
|Energy Systems Institute Labs
|Provides usage of CESI shared facility instruments for both academic and industry usage.
|Provides molecular beam epitaxy of 50 unique elements.
|Equipment for Neuroimaging and Analysis - GE Discovery MR750 3.0T MRI scanner.
|Digital consulting and production services.
|Cloud computing resource configured for biologists.
|Multiple facilities providing animal care and veterinary services.
|Computing consultation and data storage.
|Center for Advanced Computing
|Provides computing and consulting services for research, education and outreach that range from high-performance computing systems and storage to programming, database development, and research web portal design.
|Provides data and computing support to social science researchers at Cornell.
|Provides a high-throughput end-to-end service that maps protein-DNA interactions genome-wide, tracks experimental metadata, and implements quality-controlled data processing and research-based analysis pipelines.
|Flow Cytometry Facility
|Provides project consultation, software access (FlowJo & FCS Express), cell sorters, cell analyzers for the Flow cytometry community
|Houses state of the art instruments for all your sequencing needs including, capillary DNA analysis, single cell applications, long read capabilities, a suite of Illumina instruments, and many more. We also provide many instruments that can be operated by you for sample preparation and quality control of all sample types
|Genomics Innovation Hub
|The Genomics Innovation Hub is a unique resource that complements the services provided by the BRC Genomics Facility.
|Imaging Core Facility
|Imaging facility, including high resolution (x-ray, CT and ultrasound), biolumescence and fluorescence macro imaging, laser capture micro dissection, cell culture support and software access.
|LASSP Stockroom Operations
|Stockroom has a large inventory of electronic, vacuum and related items available and purchasing support.
|Liquid Helium Operations
|Provides liquid helium to Cornell science and engineering groups.
|Liquid Nitrogen Operations
|Provides liquid nitrogen to Cornell science and engineering groups.
|Machine Shop Operations
|Full-service machining and fabricating facility serves all departments at Cornell. Shop personnel advise on design as well as executing the needed machining, brazing, welding, and other peripheral operations for fabricating experimental apparatus.
|Proteomics/Mass Spec Facility
|Sample preparation, analysis and data interpretation. Access to instruments, software and user-operated HPLC-MS systems.
|Survey Research Institute
|Provides project planning, surveys (Web, telephone, focus groups, etc.), transcription and data analysis.
|Univ Fleet Operations
|Fleet is responsible for approximately 320 vehicles that are leased by university departments for official university business. Vehicles are leased on an annual, monthly, or daily basis.
|Facilities housing research animals at Baker Institute.
|Diagnostic Supply Center
|Provides campus clients with primers, reagents, and supplies related to molecular diagnostic educed rates with the help of Cornell Purchasing with selected vendors (Life Technologies including Invitrogen/Applied Bio‐Systems/ABI/Gibco/Molecular Probes/Ambion and TaqMan, Bio‐Rad, Qiagen and Omega BioTek) available on the same day. Most other items are available next-day for orders received before noon.
|Houses animals for teaching, breeding, research, and clients.
|Regulated Medical Waste
|Provides the required disposal of regulated medical waste.
|Stem Cell Core Lab/Transgenic Core
|Provide researchers with a resource for the generation and utilization of ES cells, iPS cells, genetically-modified mice (transgenic, knockout, and genome-edited), cryopreservation, and rederivation of mouse strains.
|Facility offers end-to-end genomics profiling services. Our RNA-Seq, small-RNA sequencing, and ATAC-Seq packages include library preparation, sequencing, and standard data analysis. RNA-Seq library options include directional (stranded) or standard libraries, with pre-enrichment options including polyA+ selection and rRNA depletion (HMR and/or bacteria). Standard analyses includes preprocessing/QC, mapping, and differential expression analysis.
|Professor DeGaetano Research program
|Providing specialized climate information, data filing and climate data certifications.
|Microscopy laboratory includes research-grade Leica compound (petrographic) and stereographic microscopes for both transmitted and reflected light microscopy, equipped with digital photomicrography capability and dedicated computers with relevant imaging analysis software is now available at EAS.
|FTIR Lab Recharge Operation
|Instrument allows mapping and precise measurement minerals and glasses that can be used to determine decompression rates of volcanic eruptions when combined with robust CO2 measurements determined by Raman spectroscopy.
|Cornell Chemical Ecology Core Facility
|Research and training facility specializing in quantitative analysis of small molecules by LC-MS/MS. Our main analyses are pesticide residues, plant secondary metabolites, and phytohormones, but other small molecule applications using LC-MS/MS are also possible (e.g., insect hormones).
|Environmental DNA & Genomics Core Facility
|The Environmental DNA and Genomics Core Facility (EGCF) works to understand the patterns and processes of evolution through the application of genomics and genetics techniques.
|Cornell Center for Materials Research (CCMR)
|The center currently supports three Interdisciplinary Research Groups (IRGs): atomic membranes; controlling complex electronic materials; and mechanisms, materials, and devices for spin manipulation.