Northern Arizona Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology fosters business growth and economic vitality, creating high-quality jobs for the region. Partnering with a wide variety of non-retail, service, manufacturing, high technology, science and renewable energy firms, NACET offers a hands-on business incubation engagement program designed to transform innovation into viable companies.
NACET’s powerful program matches great ideas with the appropriate resources. We not only link our client companies to specialty labs and equipment, intellectual property and capital resources, we also create synergies through an extensive network of mentors, faculty, staff, interns and alumni from local businesses and academic institutions.
Located on the burgeoning business campus near Buffalo Park in Flagstaff, AZ, NACET offers a beautiful, state-of-the-art facility with affordable office and meeting space, administrative support services, fully-equipped laboratory space and advanced communications technology.
Innovations, a 40,000 SF Incubator located in Chandler, Arizona, offers a collaborative blend of services and resources for innovative entrepreneurs in the life sciences and emerging technology industries. It is a one-stop-shop for entrepreneurs to have instant turnkey facilities and the resources of a large company while preserving their entrepreneurial focus.
Designed by scientists and technology entrepreneurs, the incubator offers state-of-the-art facilities, laboratories and a specialized core of services, equipment and support to accelerate your success.
Giving you the infrastructure to innovate is just the beginning. The facility is integrated with industry partners, cost-saving programs and access to academic institutions, workforce, investment funds and opportunities to showcase your concepts on an international scale.
At the University of Arizona, exceptional infrastructure and collegiality have come together to build proteomics on campus. Under the sponsorship of the Arizona Cancer Center, BIO5, the UA Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and the Southwest Environmental Health Science Center, the Arizona Proteomics Consortium provides analytical services, technology development, and hands-on training. We thank all our contributing units and are very excited about the future of proteomics at the University of Arizona. With over 6000 campus-wide analyses performed yearly, we are confident in our personnel and in our resources.
The Magnetic Resonance Research Center at ASU (MRRC) is the regional southwest resource for characterization and structure determination of proteins, DNA, Biomolecules, chemical compounds, and solid materials by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR). This world-class facility has 850, 800, 600 and 500 MHz NMR spectrometers optimized for protein, biopolymer and DNA structure studies, 400 MHz spectrometers for routine synthetic and drug design applications, and 300 and 400 MHz wide-bore systems for solid state NMR, diffusion and exotic NMR experiments. The 850 and 800 MHz instrument has dual solids/liquids capabilities, including Ultra-Fast Magic-Angle Spinning probe and BioMAS probes. The MRRC has over 20 high-performance UNIX/Linux/Windows/Mac-based graphics workstations available for instrument control and data analysis. These workstations are equipped with a wide variety of software for processing and analysis of NMR spectra, solids simulation, protein and DNA structure determination, imaging, and molecular modeling and dynamics. Furthermore, the MRRC houses a self-contained laboratory for protein expression and characterization. The center also includes a 400 MHz spectrometer, printer, server, workstations and presentation equipment.