Meeting critical challenges in measurement science and technology
A National Science Foundation Phase I IUCRC
The Center for Bioanalytic Metrology (CBM) is a partnership between Indiana University, Purdue University, and the University of Notre Dame, who together comprise the world’s leading consortium for academic research in analytical science and engineering. With support from the National Science Foundation, CBM creates value for its corporate, non-profit, and federal members by solving current, emerging, and industry-relevant problems and creating new capabilities in measurement science.
Some of our members are interested in new bioanalytical techniques, others in challenges relating to small molecule pharmaceuticals or agrochemicals, and others inn the analysis of foods, petrochemicals, or materials. Whatever your need, the CBM can help.
The CBM Kick-off and inaugural Industry Advisory Board meeting will be held on October 28-29, 2019 at the University of Notre Dame. Current and potential members are encouraged to attend. Click through for more info and registration details.
CBM is soliciting from site-affiliated faculty research proposals that address key areas related to measurement science. Selected projects will be presented to the IAB for possible funding at the Fall 2019 meeting.