UC Merced’s compact campus includes four shared user facilities:
|Imaging and Microscopy Facility
||Environmental Analytical Lab
|Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Lab
||Stem Cell Instrumentation Foundry/Microfabrication Facility
All research groups campus-wide have access to the MERCED High Performance Computing Cluster.
In addition, some faculty have access to state-of-the-art instrumentation at Lawrence Livermore National Lab and the synchrotron facilities at Advanced Light Source and at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory.
UC Merced is also home to the following federally funded training programs:
- NSF-NRT Training Program:
Data Enabled Science & Engineering (DESE) Intelligent Adaptive Systems
- NRT ICGE:
Interdisciplinary Computational Graduate Education Program