microCT Scanner (coming soon)

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The National Science Foundation funded MicroCT Imaging Consortium for Research and Outreach (MICRO) will feature a Nikon X TH 225 ST microCT system capable of imaging a wide range of natural and engineered materials.

Coming Soon!

The National Science Foundation funded MicroCT Imaging Consortium for Research and Outreach (MICRO) will feature a Nikon X TH 225 ST microCT system capable of imaging a wide range of natural and engineered materials.

Coming Soon!

The National Science Foundation funded MicroCT Imaging Consortium for Research and Outreach (MICRO) will feature a Nikon X TH 225 ST microCT system capable of imaging a wide range of natural and engineered materials.

Coming Soon!

The National Science Foundation funded MicroCT Imaging Consortium for Research and Outreach (MICRO) will feature a Nikon X TH 225 ST microCT system capable of imaging a wide range of natural and engineered materials.

Coming Soon!

The National Science Foundation funded MicroCT Imaging Consortium for Research and Outreach (MICRO) will feature a Nikon X TH 225 ST microCT system capable of imaging a wide range of natural and engineered materials.

We are currently in the process of setting up the National Science Foundation funded MicroCT Imaging Consortium for Research and Outreach (MICRO). Once up and running, MICRO will feature a Nikon X TH 225 ST microCT system capable of imaging a wide range of natural and engineered materials. This system will include both a 180 kV transmissive target and a 225 kV rotating target, allowing for imaging resolutions from 1 to 225 microns. We are excited to bring this imaging system to the University of Arkansas campus and beyond, and anticipate that a wide variety of fields will find this equipment suitable for their interests, including anthropology, biology, geology, neuroanatomy, cultural preservation, and biomedical, mechanical, and chemical engineering. Check back soon for more updates. If you are interested in inquiring about scanning, contact the grant PI Dr. Claire Terhune at cterhune@uark.edu.