The Storeroom has almost 1,000 different items in stock including chemicals, solvents, gases, glassware, consumable scientific supplies, office supplies, cleaning supplies, crested apparel, and myriad other miscellaneous items. Online inventory search and ordering is available
The Molecular Biology Service Unit (MBSU) is a central facility in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Alberta, providing research support for a range of molecular biology techniques.
The BASL Laboratory provides cost-effective chemical analytical services in environmental, ecological and medical disciplines for University researchers, government agencies and private sectors.
The Fabrication shop assists researchers, technicians and graduate students in designing and building research equipment for specialized projects. They can assist you with fabrication, prototyping, repair, procurement of specialty materials and designing cost-effective research solutions.
The Advanced Microscopy Facility (AMF) provides resources, equipment and services for: Sample Preparation for Light Microscopy, Transmission and Scanning Electron Microscopy, and Histology, Light Microscopy: Bright-Field, DIC, Fluorescence, Paraffin Histology for Light Microscopy, Plastic Sectioning for Light Microscopy, and more.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a research and education service of the Department of Biological Sciences, located at B418, in the Botany wing of the Biological Sciences Building. Operating with equipment supplied by the Alberta Cooperative Conservation Research Unit (ACCRU), the GIS lab provides consultation, data management, and training.
A number of library resources curated for Biological Sciences students and faculty.
Computer lab facilities, teaching labs, centres for Biocomputing Instruction, and more.
The Biotron consists of an aquatic facility, a greenhouse complex and a large controlled environment facility.