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Working closely with faculty researchers, undergraduate and graduate students have access to the latest scientific tools and equipment.

Clark’s science facilities and labs encourage collaborative work and ensure that students have ample opportunity to get hands-on experience.

Lasry Center for Bioscience

Lasry Center for Bioscience

Our 50,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art Lasry Center for Bioscience houses teaching laboratories, lecture halls, faculty offices, and research laboratories used by faculty and students in biology, biochemistry and molecular biology, and environmental science.

Arthur M. Sackler Sciences Center

Arthur M. Sackler Sciences Center

The Arthur M. Sackler Sciences Center and its affiliated buildings include research, teaching, and office spaces for faculty and students in biochemistry and molecular biology, chemistry, environmental science, physics, mathematics, and computer science.

Across the Disciplines

Featured Equipment

  • Electron spin resonance spectrometer
  • High-field nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometers
  • Multiple spectrophotometers
  • Walz PAM-2500 fluorometer
  • MX3000P real-time PCR machine
  • Fuji FLA4000 imager
  • Multiple gel documentation systems
  • 50-tesla pulsed magnetic field
  • 6 GHz oscilloscope
  • SQUID magnetometer
  • Scanning tunneling microscope
  • Varian Medical Systems micro-focus x-ray CT machine
  • X-ray powder diffractometer
  • Gel permeation chromatograph
  • Thermogravimetric analyzer
  • Multiplexing-capable impedance spectrometer
  • Scanning electron microscopes and an atomic force microscope in the Fairchild Imaging Facility

Department-Level Facilities and Equipment

Biology and Bioinformatics

Located in the Lasry Center, the Biology Department houses an autoclave and dish room, along with state-of-the-art equipment.


Housed in the Arthur M. Sackler Sciences Center, the Chemistry Department includes extensive research and teaching laboratories.

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

The Biochemistry and Molecular Biology department houses extensive facilities and equipment, including several NMR spectrometers.

Geography and Earth Sciences

The Graduate School of Geography maintains high-performance computing environments for teaching and research.


The Physics Department’s teaching laboratories are dedicated to electronics, optics, atomic and nuclear physics, and more.


Psychology facilities include over 35,000 square feet of laboratory space for all research, including offices for graduate students.