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Research at McCrone

Continuing the tradition that started with Dr. McCrone’s first research projects (applying chemical microscopy to explosives at Cornell University), McCrone Research Institute conducts basic and applied research related to its mission of expanding particle analysis capabilities and using microscopical and microanalytical techniques to address problems in forensic, industrial, pharmaceutical, environmental and conservation sciences. This research is funded internally and by selected grants and contracts associated with a variety of academic institutes, government agencies and corporations.

Current research is presented every year at the annual Inter/Micro conference in Chicago and published in the quarterly journal, The Microscope.

If you have original research that you would like to present at Inter/Micro or publish in The Microscope journal, please contact the Registrar at registrar@mcri.org.

All other inquiries about McCrone research interests and possible research internships can be sent to info@mcri.org.