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Large equipment of interest to the University

To support the research activities of excellence in the multiple disciplinary areas of the University, Sapienza has adopted a multi-year plan for the acquisition of large equipment that is at the service of the entire scientific community. This acquisition plan, which began in 2015, led to the acquisition in 2016 of an innovative SAXS system for the structural analysis of materials, a high resolution environmental electronic scanning microscope, an installed 3D metal printer of last generation. Below is the complete list of equipment funded in 2015-2018, and the slides presented at the event on May 13, 2019:

Variable pressure SEM Hitachi SU3500 with EDX Bruker microanalysis
Giuseppe Familiari

3D metal printer for additive manufacturing
Paolo Gaudenzi e Silvia Masi

SAXS/GISAXS/WAXS (Small/Grazing Incidence Small/Wide Angle X-Ray Scattering) platform for structural characterization of solid and solution systems of meso and nanoscopic phases
Luciano Galantini

Platform for the Hypoxic Analysis of Cell Behaviour (Hyp-ACB)
Francesca Cutruzzolà

Environmental Endocrinology: Determination of endocrine disruptors and hormones in experimental models and different biological fluids by Liquid Chromotography-Tandem Mass Spectrometry (LC-MS/MS)
Andrea Isidori

High resolution 600 MHz NMR spectrometer equipped with cryo-probe
Alfredo Miccheli

Platform for a precision mass measurement in sequencing of therapeutic proteins by MALDI
Alberto Boffi

Ion mobility mass spectrometry: a new high-potential device for new life science ways
Roberta Curini

A Scalable Artificial Intelligence system for Machine and Deep Learning Research and Training at Sapienza
Stefano Giagu

Wide-Range Laser Scanning Station for 3D Shape Reconstruction and Dynamic Measurements
Walter Lacarbonara

Integrated Platform for phenotypic, functional, and molecular profiles of mouse models
Antonio Musarò

SapienzaTerahertz: THz spectroscopic image system for basic and applied sciences
Massimo Petrarca

TEM-based platform for Imaging and Diffraction Analyses
Marco Rossi

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