We have created a web page for information about COVID-19 and the CBIC:


The linked page will be periodically updated during the reopening process. Several aspects of the work in the CBIC have changed, including sample submission, instrument locations etc. Please consult this page before coming to the CBIC.

Please see: Instructions for NMR sample submission and remote control, X-ray and Mass Spectrometry sample drop-off forms. For MS sample submission, please send an email with sum formula, expected mass and molecular structure.

We wish all of our users a safe return to their on-site work!

Welcome to the Yale CBIC

The Yale Chemical and Biophysical Instrumentation Center (CBIC) is an extensive collection of analytical instruments for scientific research supervised by a professional staff. We are located in the Chemistry Research Building rm 100 and Kline Chemistry Laboratory rms 3, 6, 7 and 8. Click here for our maps.

If you’d like to start using the CBIC, please watch the new how-to video below. This brief video explains everything you need to know about get started here at the center. Important links are included in the video’s description.

The instruments in the CBIC are available for use by all researchers in the Yale community as well as by academic or industrial researchers outside of Yale. A student or post-doc at Yale who wishes to have access to instruments in the CBIC should first obtain approval from his or her research supervisor and then request an account online via this link. You will be asked to provide your VIP number for billing. After you request an account, we will contact you via email to arrange appropriate training.

CBIC use by academic or industrial researchers outside of Yale is dependent upon approval by the CBIC director. Please contact us via email or phone for more information and to request access to the instruments.

Obtain access to the instruments by completing the appropriate account request or making your online reservations.

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