The following equipment in the laboratory have been provided through Emergency Technology Fund grant award.
Eppendorf Pipettor Starter Kit (2)
VWR microwave 120v, 60Hz, 1300 watts
Eppendorf Centrifuge 120v, 50/60Hz
Eppendorf Deep Well Rotor 120v, 60Hz
Eppendorf Rotor 30x2ml 120v, 60 Hz
Eppendorf Rotor 6x50ml 120v, 60 Hz
Eppendorf Platform Clips
VWR Freezer -20 17 cubic feet (2) 115v, 60Hz, 15 a
VWR Thermo incubator C02 (2) 120v, 60 Hz
New Brunswick shaking incubator 120v, 60 Hz
VWR 4 cubic ft. Gravity convection incubator (2)
VWR/azure Geldoc system +200 115 v, 60 Hz
Nanovue/VWR/GE nanospectro. +computer (2) 100-240v, 50/60Hz
VWR/GE Spectrophot. (Genequant) 100-240vac+/-10%, 50/60Hz, 50va
VWR Refrigerator double 115V/60/1 phase 15 amp dedicated outlet nema-5-15r
VWR Refrigerator single 115v, 5.2 A
VWR balance .1mg60g Analytical Balance 100-240va 50/60 Hz .6a
VWR Cell counter 100–240V, 50/60Hz, 1.5A
Rubbermaid Cart 26x46x33
VWR Micro centrifuge Galaxy 16D (2) 120V, 50/60Hz
VWR orbital shaker (2) 120v 5amps 75 watts
VWR Universal Platform 13x13 (2)
VWR balance portable balance 100vac 50/60hyz 9vdc
VWR inverted cell culture micro. (2) 120V, 60 Hz
VWR Block 20 Tapered hole 1.5ML (2)
VWR Fluorescent inverted micr. (2) 120V, 60 Hz
Lab Cart 18x39x33 (2)
VWR clinical centrifuge (2) 120v, 60 Hz
Integra Cell culture aspirators (2) 100-240v, 50/60Hz
VWR heat block (2) 120v, 50/60 Hz
Hotplate stirrer (6) 120v 50/60Hz 10a 575w
VWR Ph meter 110/220 VAC
VWR Power supply 300vv (2) 120V
VWR Water bath (2) 120V, 60Hz, 1.5A
Hoshizaki ice maker 115v, 60Hz, 1 phase
VWR microplate reader 90-250v, 50/60 Hz
VWR mini centrifuge (6) 115v, 60Hz
VWR Thermocycler (2) 60Hz100-230v, 50/
VWR Transilluminator white light 115v
UVP UV lamps (2) 115v
VWR Vortexer (6) 120V, 50/60Hz, 75W
Tuttanaur Autoclave MDL 3850EP 220V, 50/60Hz, 2400W
VWR Power supply 250v
VWR Freezer-80 17 cubic foot 208/230v 60 Hz 12a
Elga Water system Type I 115v, 60Hz
Shimadzu GCMsqp201 standard package GCMS 8002742186
Direct Insertion DI-2010 1
2014 Mass Spectral
Auto sampler AOC-6000
TLCC’s mission includes developing a workforce that can meet the needs of biotechnology companies in Central Texas. TLCC has received funding from several sources to facilitate this mission, including a Texas Emerging Technology Grant.
Current education and workforce development initiatives include bringing representatives from Georgetown Independent School District and Austin Community College together to discuss offering biotechnology certification courses for GISD students.
Beginning in fall 2015, students taking biotechnology courses at ACC’s Round Rock campus will make use of the facilities at TLCC. TLCC facilities also are being used to provide training for GISD educators.
Several TLCC member companies offer internships for college students and the center sponsors an annual Internship Symposium.
For more information on TLCC’s educational programs, contact Director of Education Ron Swain at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This schedule may be accessed by ACC staff, TLCC Staff and program participating companies. Please use contact form above for request to access this calendar.