Centers & Technologies

The Life Sciences Institute is home to research centers and other cutting-edge technologies that support the scientific endeavors of LSI researchers and faculty across the university — as well as external partners.
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High-throughput screening of extensive small molecule, natural product and siRNA libraries for basic biology and drug discovery projects.

Open to U-M and external users.
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Comprehensive structural biology resources — including protein engineering & production, crystallization & crystallography laboratories, and access to high-energy synchrotron radiation.

Open to U-M and external users. 
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World-class cryo-EM lab with four microscopes, including a Titan Krios. Fosters education and tools to make cryo-EM more widely available.

Open to U-M and external users.
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A first-in-class library of natural product extracts, as well as characterization and transformational tools and expertise for basic biology and drug discovery projects.

Open to U-M and external users.
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Open-use and assisted analysis of proteins and small molecules, as well as training on use of the instruments.

Open to LSI researchers.
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Provides expertise, mentorship and funding for drug discovery projects across the university.

Administrated by the LSI.

Other Services in Mary Sue Coleman Hall

The LSI building is also home to other technology resources for LSI and campus scientists: