The UoI Network of Research Supporting Laboratories (NRSL) was developed as part of an effort to upgrade basic and applied research carried out in the various Departments of our University. The first Network Lab Units were equipped in 1999, with funds from the Regional Operational Programme (ROP) of the Epirus Region General Secretariat. Subsequently, other existing or new Units were added to the Network, which were developed with financial support from the Epirus Region General Secretariat and the University or from other funding sources.
The Network’s main purpose is to promote large-scale research activities, focusing on scientific and cutting-edge technology fields, to strengthen cooperation between University research groups and to boost their scientific prestige.
Our University constantly seeks to expand its Network infrastructure, to support its operation with scientific and technical experts and to continuously evaluate and renew it.
You can find out more about the Lab Units/Centres that constitute the Network at the NRSL website.
Laboratory Units and Centers of the Network
- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Center
- Scanning Electron Microscopy Unit
- Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy Unit
- Powder X-ray Diffraction Unit
- Single-Crystal X-ray Diffraction Unit
- X-ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy Unit
- Mass Spectrometry Unit
- Archaeometry Center
- Central Laser Facility
- Magnetic Measurements Unit
- Thermal Analysis Unit
- Cancer Biobank Center
- Center for Scientific Simulations
- Environmental, Organic and Biochemical Analysis Unit – ORBITRAP LC-MS
- Clinical trial and Applied Research IN Oncology Group (CARING)
- Genetic Analysis Unit
- Center for Atherothrombosis
- Stem Cell Unit
- Center for Biosystems and Genomic Network Medicine (CBS.GenNetMed)
- Chromatography Unit
- Automated Organic Synthesis Unit
- Unit for technical infrastructure, characterization and testing of bioactive substances
- Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy Unit
- Flow Cytometry Unit