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Research Facilities

Research facilities on the Fredericton campus are located primarily in Loring Bailey Hall and in the C.W. Argue Research Wing, and include well-equipped laboratories for plant and animal tissue culture, biochemical, physiological, and morphological research. The department has ultracentrifuges, scintillation counters, cell fractionators, fish culture rooms, facilities for holding animals, incubators, growth chambers, biohazard containment facilities and a greenhouse complex located on the roof. Access to the extensive facilities of the Electron Microscopy Unit is facilitated by its convenient location in Loring Bailey Hall.

The Department of Biology also has an herbarium, photographic darkrooms and access to the University's computer network. The University is a full member of the Huntsman Marine Laboratory at Saint Andrews.



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