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Research Facilities

Discover our state-of-the-art research facilities equipped with the latest technology and resources, providing students and faculty with an exceptional environment for groundbreaking research.

Cutting-Edge Research Facilities that Accelerate Innovation

From innovative technologies to collaborative spaces, our facilities provide an ideal environment for discovery and exploration across a wide range of disciplines.

  • State-of-the-art laboratories: Our laboratories are equipped with advanced technology and resources to support research across diverse fields.
  • Collaborative research centers: Interdisciplinary research centers and institutes facilitate collaboration among faculty, students and external partners to foster innovative initiatives.
  • Access to specialized equipment: Researchers have access to a variety of specialized equipment and facilities, enabling students and faculty to conduct experiments and studies that push the boundaries of knowledge.

Among our faculty are members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, a recipient of the Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction, Andrew Carnegie Fellows and a Getty Scholar.

Explore Research Through Our Various Facilities

  • Blatt BioImaging Center: The Blatt BioImaging Center is a light microscopy core facility that focuses on live cell and enhanced resolution imaging of diverse model organisms ranging from cells to organoids and whole organisms.
  • High-performance computing: The University provides researchers with access to high-performance computing clusters, empowering them to tackle complex computational challenges and data-intensive projects.
  • Research Computing: Research computing at Syracuse University is a collaborative effort between the campus research community and technology groups from across campus. The technology groups include both distributed information technology teams as well as support from Information Technology Services (ITS) which provides research computing infrastructure resources.
  • Special Collections Research Center: SCRC’s collections span time and format, from cuneiform tablets to digital media, and document the history of Syracuse University and our global society through rare and unique printed materials, photographs, artworks, audio and moving image recordings, University records and more.
  • Qualitative Data Repository: is a dedicated archive for storing and sharing digital data (and accompanying documentation) generated or collected through qualitative and multi-method research in the social sciences and related disciplines.

Stats and Facts


Top-Tier Research Institution (Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education)
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40 +

Research Centers and Institutes
$80M +

Expenditures in sponsored research, development, training and other grants in academic year 2022/23.
$ 1M

Committed annually in research grants to undergraduate students.

Just as my faculty mentors afforded me special opportunities when I was a student, I want to give members of my lab, many of whom are women, something they can’t get anywhere else.

Professor Mary Beth Monroe Biomedical and Chemical Engineering College of Engineering and Computer Science
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