Biological Sciences and Physics Building

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*The two large lecture halls (BSP 130 and 131) are often used by EEB faculty. The weekly [[EEB Department Seminar]] and the [[Graduate Student Symposium]] are held in BSP 130.
 
*The two large lecture halls (BSP 130 and 131) are often used by EEB faculty. The weekly [[EEB Department Seminar]] and the [[Graduate Student Symposium]] are held in BSP 130.
 
*The Electron Microscopy facility
 
*The Electron Microscopy facility
*The [http://florawww.eeb.uconn.edu/research.html EEB Research Greenhouses] accessible to authorized personnel via elevator.
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*The [http://florawww.eeb.uconn.edu/research.html EEB Research Greenhouses] are located on the roof and are accessible to [http://florawww.eeb.uconn.edu/policy/res_policy.html authorized personnel] via elevator or stairs.
 
*The [http://www.biotech.uconn.edu/ Biotech Facility] offers on-site pickup of lab necessities such as DNA cleanup kits and Big Dye for sequencing.
 
*The [http://www.biotech.uconn.edu/ Biotech Facility] offers on-site pickup of lab necessities such as DNA cleanup kits and Big Dye for sequencing.
 
*The Up & Atom Café downstairs offers coffee, bagels, sandwiches, and other gustatory distractions.
 
*The Up & Atom Café downstairs offers coffee, bagels, sandwiches, and other gustatory distractions.

Revision as of 11:10, 6 November 2007

The Biological Sciences and Physics building, located directly west of TLS, primarily supports laboratory space for the MCB and Physics departments.

Members of the UConn EEB Department use the following facilities in BSP:

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