Interested parties contact the Facility Management Team at email@example.com. We welcome projects from academia, private, and government sectors.
Projects are assessed by our Facility Steering Committee and prioritized based on scientific merit, potential impact, and availability capacity (facility, personnel, expertise).
Prior to scheduling, projects must receive biosafety approval (for all approvals) and/or ethics approval (projects involving animals).
The facility management dispatches projects to appropriate nodes. Scientific and technical personnel at the node performs research on the client’s behalf.
Project is started at the appropriate node. Client will be informed regarding the project progress.
Research and development activities are completed.
The facility management team reports results to the client.
We request that any publications, posters, or oral presentations resulting from work performed by our facility acknowledge GlycoNet. This allows GlycoNet to report information to our funding agencies and demonstrate our impact on Canadian innovations. Clients should also keep us apprised of any publications, posters, or oral presentations arising from work performed at our facility.
Canadian Glycomics Network
E5-33 Gunning/Lemieux Chemistry Centre
University of Alberta, T6G 2G2
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