Many of the UO’s world class facilities are available for academic researchers and industry partners from throughout the region and across the country. The university provides access to capital-intensive equipment that is run and maintained by experts with extensive experience, as well as assistance utilizing them. In many cases, we can also train partners so they can operate these instruments effectively.
The Center for Advanced Materials Characterization in Oregon (CAMCOR) is a full service, comprehensive materials characterization center.
The Technical Science Administration (TSA) is a fabrication shop on the UO campus. In 2020, the TSA will be moving to its new location (with many new machines) in the Knight Campus.