Gray-Little Hall houses research space for multiple units across campus. Visit the departmental and lab websites below for more information.
Gray-Little Hall units
The department conducts research in organometallic, materials, environmental, surface, biophysical, bioanalytical, synthetic, green chemistry and more.
Researchers study a range of interests, including synthetic and medicinal chemistry, biochemistry and peptide chemistry, natural products chemistry, and more.
Investigators study biochemistry, biophysics, cancer biology, genetics, immunology, microbiology, virology, neurobiology, molecular, cellular and developmental biology, and more.
KU Office of Research units
The KU Nanofabrication lab caters to researchers manufacturing micro- and nanofluidic devices for biomedical research, but it has the equipment and resources to accommodate broad research applications with micro- and nanofabrication needs.
Electron Paramagnetic Resonance
The EPR lab studies materials with unpaired electrons and is useful for studying organic radicals and metal complexes.
KU Office of Research Units
The Microscopy and Analytical Imaging Research Resource Core Lab provides life and physical sciences and engineering users a wide spectrum of sample preparation tools and techniques and imaging technologies.
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
The NMR Lab is responsible for maintaining the high field NMR spectrometers, training users, providing spectra on a service basis, and assisting users with design, execution, and interpretation of NMR experiments.