The Facility is always on the lookout for new users from departments across campus. If you are interested in having us speak at a group or departmental meeting about our capabilities, please contact Dan Stevens.
The BIF has moved back to the Ground floor.
All BIF instrumentation has been relocated into several rooms in newly remodeled space on the ground floor of Building 4 of the Biochemical Sciences Building.
Check out our newest instruments:
Shimadzu MALDI-MS MegaTOF
TA Nano ITC – Low Volume ITC
BD Accuri – Flow Cytomter
BIF was established with support from the University of Wisconsin–Madison, grant BIR-9512577 from the National Science Foundation, and grant S10 RR013790 from the National Institutes of Health.
“(Instrument) data were obtained at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Biophysics Instrumentation Facility, which was established with support from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and grants BIR-9512577 (NSF) and S10RR013790 (NIH).”