North Carolina Research Campus, David H. Murdock Core Laboratory

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project at a glance

At four stories and 311,000 square feet, the David H. Murdock Core Laboratory is the heart of the North Carolina Research Campus.

The building houses specialized equipment including a 950 megahertz nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer for analyzing and dissecting the structure of molecules into their component atoms; an 800 megahertz nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer and a 700 megahertz nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer; a genomics facility capable of analyzing the genomes of plants, animals and humans; and an imaging facility with electron microscopes and computers to produce advanced three-dimensional reconstructions.

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