The DNA Laboratory at ASU supports a variety of techniques useful to molecular biologists. The laboratory is open to both on- and off-campus researchers.
It is part of ASU Research Technical Services and administered by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Visit the DNA Laboratory website for a list of services and equipment, as well as information on registering to use the lab.
The Electron Microscopy Laboratory is one of two core imaging laboratories located in ASU School of Life Sciences. It is also part of ASU Research Technical Services, which is administered by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
The lab provides training and service for both on-campus and off-campus researchers who may require electron microscopy. Please refer to our website for a list of microscopes and associated instruments currently available for use in the lab.
The Goldwater Environmental Laboratory (GEL) is a shared-use facility available to all research staff, faculty and students. The facility encompasses seven laboratories and is part of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Research Technical Services group.
The Keck Bioimaging Lab, housed in the School of Life Sciences, provides training, consultation and use of various light-based microscope systems. It hosts a range of microscopy instrumentation including epi-fluorescent, laser scanning confocal and multi-photon systems. This multi-user facility is part of the Liberal Arts and Sciences Research Technical Services group and is available to all research staff, faculty and students. Please see the website for a complete list of equipment.
This Keck Lab was established in 2004 by faculty from ASU’s departments of Chemistry, Geological Sciences and School of Life Sciences with the intent to get scientists directly involved in all aspects of isotope ratio measurements. Research groups interested in using these facilities need to provide at least one person who will be trained to prepare and set up samples for analysis.