Our laboratories support the research of faculty, postdoctoral researchers, staff, students, and visiting scholars. They are vital for specimen-based data collection, teaching, public display, and dissemination of information, as well as for the long-term conservation of our collections.
Facilities are located in three buildings:
- Research Museums Center (RMC) - Houses primary research collections, associated laboratories, and collections manager offices.
- Biological Sciences Building (BSB) - Houses faculty and most staff offices, some research and all teaching collections, open lab and satellite research spaces, preparation lab, and classroom for specimen-based teaching.
- North University Building (NUB) - Houses Computed Tomography in the Earth and Environmental Sciences (CTEES) lab.