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Welcome!

The Campus Chemical Instrument Center (CCIC) was founded in 1981 as a unit of the Office of Research. The mission of the CCIC is to provide state-of-the-art research facilities for the entire campus in three areas: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics

News and Announcements

CCIC-MSP Summer Workshop July 25-27, 2022

Faculty and staff of the Campus Chemical Instrument Center Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics Facility will present a three day summer workshop on July 25-27, 2022. All facility users and students, postdocs and research staff interested in learning about mass spectrometry and proteomics methods are invited to participate. The workshop will be held in 115 Biomedical Research Tower (BRT), located at 460 W. 12th Ave. in Columbus, Ohio. There is no cost to participate, but registration is required. Updates, tentative agenda, and link to registration available at https://u.osu.edu/mspworkshop.


Dr. Arpad Somogyi is a recipient for the Al Yergey Mass Spectrometry Scientist 2021 Award!

The Al Yergey Mass Spectrometry Scientist Award is sponsored by ASMS to recognize dedication and significant contributions to mass spectrometry-based science by “unsung heroes.” This award is named in memory of Al Yergey a well-respected scientist who served 45 years at National Institutes of Health where he was known as a dedicated mentor. 2018 marked the 50th year of Al's ASMS membership.


The CCIC NMR facility is expanding!

New NSF-funded National Gateway Ultrahigh NMR Center at OSU is getting under way. For updates, see the Gateway NMR website

Previously announced on Sept 17, 2019, the facility has been funded by the NSF to procure a 1.2 GHz NMR spectrometer as part of the recent Mid-scale Research Infrastructure-1 program. It will be the first 1.2 GHz instrument in North America, adding to the already diverse instrumentation available at CCIC. The instrument will be the part of the new National Gateway Ultra-High Field NMR Center and open to users across the nation.

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New NIH P41 Native MS Resource website has launched!


TopSpin NMR Software is now free!

Bruker announced at the 57th ENC held in Pittsburgh in April 2016 that they will now provide the latest version of TopSpin processing software for free for academic use. TopSpin is used on all of the instruments in the CCIC NMR Facility and offers many useful tools for analysis and visualization of data acquired at the facility. For details and download, please see Bruker's Announcement.