The internal walls of the Cell Observatory are painted different colours. Click on the items in the menu to find out which corridor houses what equipment.
Rooms: 0.4.31 and 0.4.33
Main function: Fluorescence microscopy
Safety level: ML-I/DM-I/PCM-I
Rooms: 0.4.23, 0.4.25 and 0.4.27
Main function: Confocal microscopy
Safety level: ML-II/ML-I/DM-I
Rooms 0.4.15, 0.4.17 and 0.4.19
Main functions: Protein crystallization, 3D printing and X-ray
Safety level: Radiation lab, C
Rooms: 0.4.09, 0.4.11 and 0.4.13
Main function: Tissue culture
This corridor does not have any doors. The equipment behind this wall can be found under red corridor and green corridor.
Main function: zebrafish facilities
Safety level: D-I
The central service unit provides media, buffers, stock solutions and ultra clean water.
The Science Lounge is a place for informal interactions between scientists. It is located at the heart of the Cell Observatory. If you need a cup of coffee, or want to celebrate birthdays and publications: this is the place to be.
Room: 0.4.28. This lecture room can be split into two rooms. At this location the weekly Cell Observatory lectures take place.
Room: 0.4.32 a. The small seminar room is well suited for meetings.
Main function: storing media and proteins etc. that have to be stored at low temperature
As seven research groups have placed facilities at the disposal of the Cell Observatory, the rooms have filled up with equipment. Because of limited space, several facilities are open to the Cell Observatory community, but not located in the central corridors.