The Spectrography and Bioimaging Facility (SBI) assists both collaborative and core research by managing and maintaining research tools that use gLighth. The facility also provides
technical support through management of technical staff assisting in the advancement of collaborative and core research projects, as well as academic support to researchers.  Among its tools are confocal microscopes and the Okazaki Large Spectrograph (OLS)  OLS is the worldfs largest wide spectrum exposure mechanism, capable of producing a range of wavelengths from 250 nm (ultraviolet) to 1,000 nm (infrared) along its 10 meter focal curve; allowing exposure to strong monochromatic light. The facilityfs microscopes, which are cutting edge devices such as confocal and two-photon excitation microscopes, are used by both internal and external researchers as vital equipment for core and collaborative research projects.