Instrumentation resources

UW-La Crosse is home to a variety of scientific instrumentation obtained through various federal, state, and institutional sources. Instrumentation is shared throughout the departments for both research and educational use. This equipment is available for use by students and faculty after appropriate training. Currently training is not offered for external applicants, however, we are happy to work with you to help meet your research needs. For more information on the instrumentation  we have, please click on the links below.

If you are interested in using instrumentation at UWL contact Dr. Sarah Lantvit for more information and pricing.


Recent research at UWL

Wagner, C. E.; Macedo, L. J. A.; Opdahl, A., Temperature Gradient Approach for Rapidly Assessing Sensor Binding Kinetics and Thermodynamics.
Analytical Chemistry 2015,   87  (15), 7825-7832.

  • Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) Spectrometer and UV-vis Spectrometer

Perroy, R. L.; Belby, C. S.; Mertens, C. J., Mapping and modeling three dimensional lead contamination in the wetland sediments of a former trap-shooting range. Science of The Total Environment 2014, 487, 72-81.

  • X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometer (XRF)