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Centres for Discovery Science

The research infrastructure in Edmonton includes numerous open access facilities the University of Alberta, Concordia University Edmonton, King's University, MacEwan University, NAIT and Norquest College.

While the founders's research focuses on structural biology and drug discovery, we have branched out to support academics in a wide range of disciplines through DiscoveryLab events, where anyone leading a new venture in any sector is welcome to present.

If you run a facility to help high tech companies in any field of research feel free to contact us to list your open access facility here, as we'd like to encourage sharing of technologies and resources to improve the impact and take-up of new discoveries.

Pipeline of lead discovery research in Edmonton

The following research centres are available in Edmontonand are used to facilitate discovery research.

TEC Edmonton offers commercialization advice and incubator space in the Merck Invention Accelerator
Biobanking
Biophysics: Biacore T200, Nanotemper Monolith, Biorad CFX, Wyatt MALS
Cell Imaging/Microscopy
Clinical Trials: Cancer
Clinical Trials: Cardiovascular
Clinical Trials: NACTRC
Computational chemistry
Containment: Prions
Containment: Viruses
Electron Microscopy
Genomics
Glycan Structure
Flow Cytometry
ImmunoCore
Lipidomics
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Mass Spectrometry/Chem
Mass Spec/Metabolomics
Mass Spec/Proteomics
Medicinal chemistry
NMR Centre: NANUC
Polymers and SMALP system
Pharmaceutical design: DDIC
Isotope labelled protein production with Akta Start & Pure
RNAi Core
X-ray Crystallography
NANUC entry
Protein purification begins with an AKTA Start