The Nanomaterials Core Characterization Facility is located in the Institute for Engineering and Medicine at 620 West Cary Street on the VCU Monroe Park Campus.
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The closest parking deck to the NCC is the Main Street Deck. The closest parking lot near the NCC is the ZZ Lot, if you are a university or industry partner you can request a visitor pass here.
For more information regarding the equipment please contact Dmitry Pestov, Ph.D.
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Dmitry Pestov, Ph.D.
Manager of NCC
Phone: (804) 828-2143