The Center for Applied Isotope Studies at the University of Georgia is currently open and operating. The University of Georgia continues to work closely with the University Health Center, the University System of Georgia, and local and state public health officials to monitor COVID-19. The top priority in these uncertain times remains the health, safety and wellbeing of all members of our campus community. Due to safety precautions during this time, normal turn-around times may be longer than usual. We appreciate your patience and patronage.
The University of Georgia’s Scientific Glass Blowing Shop is operated by Kyle Meyer and is under the management of Center for Applied Isotope Studies OPR. The glass shop provides a wide a of variety of custom glass apparatus made from 2 mm to 180 mm Pyrex and 2 mm to 60 mm quartz.
- 25 ml to 22 L flasks
- Combustion tubes
Standard catalogue apparatus includes:
- Fritted filters
- Water Aspirators
Additional services include repairs of all kinds of scientific glass apparatus.
Chemistry students have the unique opportunity to take a scientific glassblowing class that focuses on teaching basic bench skills. Classes are offered each semester for one credit hour.