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The BETA Center will offer resources to help IRP researchers pursue new directions, technologies, and experimental methods in areas including biomedical imaging, biosensing, engineered biological systems, nano/biomaterials, artificial intelligence, modeling, computation, and informatics.

    BETA Resources

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    Coming Soon: Maker Space

    This will be a collaborative work space with core equipment and capabilities enabling researchers to make, use, and modify tech while learning, exploring, and sharing with others.

    The ICF develops methods, for incorporating radionuclides and fluorophores into molecules, and new imaging tools for studying biologically important processes.

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    Systems and Computational Biology

    Consulting on questions to assist with getting started with computational and systems biology tools.

    Research Connections

    IDEAS collaborates with NIH intramural researchers and provides engineering expertise for biomedical and clinical research driven technology development.

    The AIM facility is a trans-NIH shared resource that houses, operates, disseminates, and improves prototype optical imaging systems developed at the NIH.

    BEPS is a trans-NIH shared resource that supports IRP basic and clinical scientists on applying engineering, physics, imaging, measurement and analysis.

    Fill out a form letting us know who you are and a brief description of your research and the collaboration you are interested in.