Reynolda Campus



  • CTEM
  • FE-SEM
  • PHI surface analysis system providing AES/XPS/SIMS


WFU Physics

  • Nikon Eclipse E600FN upright with DIC, fluorescence, and brightfield capabilities.
  • Olympus IX-71 inverted microscope with brightfield, dark field, and fluorescence capabilities, as well as optical tweezers.
  • Olympus BM60 metallurgical microscope for viewing non transmissive samples.
  • Nikon inverted microscope – with fluorescence, DIC, a low-noise scientific CMOS camera, environmental chamber (T, CO2), computerized shutter.
  • Zeiss Axiovert 200 inverted microscope with brightfield, fluorescence and with a low-noise Hammamatsu emCCD camera or Zeiss AxioCam MRm camera.
  • Zeiss Observer D inverted microscope with fluorescence, DIC, and with an environmental chamber.
  • Two Topometrix Explorer AFMs (Veeco), which can be controlled (haptic and 3D visual) by two nanoManipulators (3rd Tech)
  • Nanoscope III Atomic Force Microscope (Veeco).
  • Asylum MFP-3D Bio AFM combined with an Olympus IX73 inverted optical microscope.


WFU Chemistry

  • Zeiss GeminiSEM 300 with high-resolution field effect scanning electron microscopy (FE-SEM), and is equipped with a Bruker EDS for elemental resolution


Wake Forest School of Medicine

Comprehensive Cancer Center

  • Olympus FV1200 Spectral Confocal
  • Zeiss LSM510 laser scanning confocal system
  • Olympus FV1000 5 laser confocal (WFIRM)
  • Olympus FV1000MP-Multiphoton/intravital microscope (WFIRM)
  • Computer workstations with image processing, analysis, and 3-D reconstruction software (WFIRM)
  • Arcturus PixCell II laser microdissection system
  • Olympus IX-70 flurescence microscopes
  • Olympus X63-Multispectral -CRi NUANCE EX (WFIRM)
  • Zeiss Axioplan 2
  • Zeiss Axiovert time-lapse video microscopy system for cultured cells
  • Reichert Ultracut microtomes and cryoultramicrotomes
  • FEI Technai BioTwin 120 keV TEM with digital imaging