Facilities


To expedite the matchmaking process and initiate large-scale collaborative project activities between various research laboratories, the MMRI team is in the process of developing a searchable database of advanced materials testing equipment, measurement devices, forming machines and cutting tools that are accessible at both campuses of UBC, as well as at MMRI partner industries. Please visit back in the near future to take advantage of this database.


UBC Shared Labs

 

Shared Instrument Facility (SIF)

Vancouver

SIF in the Department of Chemistry is an interdisciplinary laboratory space featuring a number of state-of-the-art scientific instruments available for teaching and research.

UBC Okanagan Makerspace

Kelowna

The space functions as an open space to encourage design thinking, prototyping, and testing and will serve as a hub for innovation, cross-discipline collaboration and entrepreneurship for members of the UBC Okanagan campus.

Advanced Materials and Process Engineering Laboratory (AMPEL)

Vancouver

AMPEL is a vibrant place for research in Advanced Materials and Process Engineering, with cutting edge research that coalesces from the theoretical nanofibre physical properties to the production of advanced composites.

Fipke Laboratory for Trace Element Research (FiLTER)

Kelowna

FiLTER is a fee for service facility specializing in trace element analysis and electron microscope imaging.

Survive and Thrive Applied Research (STAR) Facilities

Kelowna

Survive and Thrive Applied Research (STAR) Initiative offers various technical services specifically in rapid prototyping and high-speed impact testing.

Michael Smith Laboratories

Vancouver

The Michael Smith Laboratories is a multidisciplinary group of investigators who develop and apply high-throughput methods in a variety of biological systems.