The Neil A. Campbell Science Learning Lab hosts three teaching laboratories equipped with all the tools necessary for molecular biology research. Each lab has 24 seats.
Three teaching laboratories are available in the Campbell Lab each seating 24 students. The labs have all equipment required for molecular biology and genomics experiments including pipettors, gel electrophoresis rigs, thermocyclers, and gel imagers.
Bioinformatics Lecture Hall
Set up for lecture-in-the-round, the Bioinformatics Lecture Hall seats up to 24 students.It is equipped with an HD projector, ActiveBoard, and 28 ethernet ports. A computer cart with 28 MacBook Pros is also available.
An open space for small group discussions. Moveable tables are available to facilitate discussion. Projection is through a large HD TV. The room is perfect for lunches and receptions.
Campbell Hall was dedicated on October 19, 2018 in recognition of the generous gifts of Rochelle Campbell and Allison Campbell that made the Neil A. Campbell Science Learning Laboratory a reality.
Renovated in four phases the Campbell Hall houses:
- Three teaching laboratories
- Three research laboratories
- Lecture room, breakout room, small conference room
- Support laboratories