Facility Name: Mesocosm Shared Facility
Description: Shared research facilities located at our four core universities (Duke, Howard, Virginia Tech and Carnegie Mellon) and academic partners, include unique visualization facilities, controlled field sites (mesocosms), microcosm facilities and extensive analytical instrumentation and nanofabrication capabilities.
Facility Name: Duke University Small Molecule Synthesis Facility
Description: The Small Molecule Synthesis facility at Duke University was established as a component of the Duke University Center for Chemical Biology in 2003 to provide synthetic organic chemistry capabilities to the entire University community.
Facility Name: Instrument Facilities
Description: The Duke Chemistry Instrumentation Facility houses modern and diverse instrumentation for a range of analytical needs, including mass spectrometry, nuclear magnetic resonance, and a variety of spectroscopies. Most instruments in the instrument laboratories are available for researchers to use for their experiments once they have received the required training.
Facility Name: Light Microscopy Core Facility (LMCF)
Description: The Facility has a wide variety of microscopes of various configurations and modalities allowing users to image a large range of samples on microscopes optimal for the needs of the sample being imaged. LMCF staff can advise you on the best choice for your experiments.
Facility Name: Marine Conservation Molecular Facility (MCMF)
Description: Part of Nicholas School of the Environment, the Duke University Marine Lab offers research labs and lodging for classes or research groups from Duke.
Facility Name: Core Facilities
Description: Duke University offers more than 30 state-of-the-art shared research facilities that are available for use by all Duke investigators. Core facilities are physically housed and administered by Duke research institutes and centers, including the Duke Cancer Institute (DCI), the Institute for Genome Sciences & Policy (IGSP), the Duke Center for Human Genetics (CHG), the Duke Translational Medicine Institute (DTMI), the Duke Center for AIDS Research (CFAR), and the Duke Human Vaccine Institute (DHVI).
Facility Name: Shared Materials Instrumentation Facility (SMiF)
Description: The Shared Materials Instrumentation Facility (SMIF) at Duke University is an interdisciplinary-based shared resource that is open to Duke University researchers from all schools and departments, as well as to users from other universities, government laboratories or industry. SMIF is a member of the Research Triangle Nanotechnology Network (RTNN), an NSF funded site in the National Nanotechnolgy Coordinated Infrastructure (NNCI) network
Facility Name: Duke Environmental Stable Isotope Laboratory (DEVIL)
Description: Duke University has modern light stable isotope ratio mass spectrometry capabilities with two Thermo Finnigan Delta Plus XL continuous flow mass spectrometer systems. The Delta Plus XLs operate on the powerful ISODAT software. They are configured for rapid automated high precision isotope ratio analyses of hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon generated from a wide array of biological and geological sample media including plants, soils, carbonate minerals, phosphate minerals, waters, air, methane, and purified gases.
Facility Name: Multiple Facilities
Description: Pratt School of Engineering's site lists materials that might be interesting to its researchers.
Facility Name: Preclinical Translational Research Unit (PTRU)
Description: The Preclinical Translational Research Unit (PTRU) conducts and supports preclinical research, this includes; establishing animal models with study design and regulation/IACUC support , data analysis, translational planning pathway, drug development support, IND enabling . We connect with other resources and core facilities to accelerate translational research. We support all grants and work with the investigator to optimize their proposals with respect to animal work.
Facility Name: Social Sciences Research Institute
Description: Rooms, computer lab and research labs for Social Scientists.
Duke Library has prepared a Data Management Guide. The guide provides step by step instructions on how to write a data plan for NSF. The guide will assist PIs submitting proposals to NSF and other agencies that require data management plans (such as NEH Digital Humanities grants).
The Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) also provides substantial resources for creating data management plans.
NSF Data Management Plan Requirements: Beginning January 18, 2011, proposals submitted to NSF must include a supplementary document of no more than two pages labeled "Data Management Plan" (DMP).
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