South Dakota’s Track-1 Research Facilities
South Dakota’s $20 million, five-year NSF EPSCoR Track-1 grant supports the acquisition of equipment for research and discovery-based learning activities.
The following labs, facilities and equipment were integral to researchers’ work on the project.
|Pulsed Laser Deposition - 2D Materials Laboratory (2DML)||South Dakota Mines|
|Chemical Vapor Deposition – 2DML||South Dakota Mines|
|Plasma Enhanced CVD Facility||South Dakota State University|
|Crystal Growth and Alloy Development (MET Dept)||South Dakota Mines|
|Nanoscribe PPGT2 3D Printer||South Dakota State University|
|Bioelectrochemistry Interface Lab||South Dakota Mines|
|Meta-Omics Lab||South Dakota Mines|
|Single Cell Genomics Facility||University of South Dakota|
|Protein Engineering and in-Silico Lab||South Dakota Mines|
|2D Materials and Nanoscale Devices Lab||South Dakota Mines|
|Horiba Duetta Spectrometer||University of South Dakota|
|Confocal Raman Microscopy||University of South Dakota|
|MRI: Acquisition of a nanoIR3 for Polymers and Life Science Research||South Dakota Mines|