UCLA Molecular Instrumentation Center

Photo by Penny Jennings - UCLA Department of Chemistry and
Biochemistry.
COVID-19: Phase 2 at MIC begins on Monday, 6/22. Please review and follow safety protocols listed HERE. Please send your lab's approved Phase 2 ROP to the MIC Director. Thank you.

Facial covering is required at MIC at all time. Visitors are permitted only by appointment with staff or instrument reservation. Please do not enter building or lab if you experience COVID-19 symptoms, like cough or fever.

UPDATE (9/2): NMR and MS Labs will be open daily from 7am to midnight. 


The UCLA Molecular Instrumentation Center (MIC) is a campus-wide, state-of-the-art core facility that enables the use of modern instrumentation in molecular characterizations.
The 
purpose of the MIC is to meet the needs of the UCLA scientific community by providing all aspects of technical support in the application of modern instrumentation to solve problems in cutting-edge scientific research. MIC professional staff is responsible for operating, maintaining, and upgrading the equipment and training users.  MIC encompasses four major areas: Magnetic Resonance, Mass Spectrometry, X-ray Diffraction, and Materials Characterization.
Recharge Information
The MIC is housed within and managed through the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. If you are a member of another UCLA department you'll need to request a recharge account (download app form).If you do not anticipate becoming regular.user you can use P39 form (request it from your dept. fund manager). Your account will be charged electronically once a month. Non-UCLA users will be invoiced.
 

For current recharge rates, contact the relevant MIC staff member.