To assist research efforts, the Beckman Institute provides state-of-the-art resources for faculty, staff, and students, including the Biomedical Imaging Center, the Illinois Simulator Laboratory, and the Imaging Technology Group.
Biomedical Imaging Center
The Beckman Institute's Biomedical Imaging Center is home to a wide variety
of research programs, providing facilities, equipment, and training for research
on nuclear magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy. A recent initiative of the
Center is the integration of magnetic resonance methods with simultaneous optical
imaging. It became a unit of the Beckman Institute in the summer of 2002, fostering
access to a wide variety of resources.
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Illinois Simulator Laboratory
The Illinois Simulator Laboratory is a Beckman Institute facility for advancing
scientific understanding of human-computer interactions. As an Institute-wide facility,
the ISL uses its expertise in the integration of advanced visualization, sonification,
and interface technologies to enable researchers to conduct experiments in human
multi-modal perception and cognition, cognitive and motor development, and multi-dimensional
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Imaging Technology Group
Serving over 400 researchers from the Beckman Institute and nearly every department
on campus, the Imaging Technology Group provides state-of-the-art facilities in
the Microscopy Suite and the Visualization Laboratory.
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