2012 - 2013 Science Student Handbook
Marywood has the only 5 year BS/MS interdisciplinary biotechnology program in northeastern Pennsylvania. The Center for Natural and Health Sciences (CNHS) is equipped with five large teaching laboratories
Labs have dedicated bench space and built-in hardware for molecular and cellular research and are wired for Internet access. The laboratories provide the physical environment to fulfill the needs of broad molecular and cellular biology experimentation (including genomics-based approaches such as DNA microarray technology, C02 incubators, centrifuges, refrigerators, -20 degree and -80 degree C freezers, incubators, water baths, etc.).
The Science Department has upgraded and added many pieces of equipment enabling the faculty to improve the quality of its teaching and research laboratories. Labs are equipped with standard molecular and cellular biology equipment including
All major equipment is located within the CNHS building, which houses the Science department. Newly acquired equipment includes: Nikon TE 2000U Inverted Fluorescent Microscope with Normarski D/C components and digital imaging capabilities, Nikon 50I Tetrad Dissection Microscope, Shaking water bath with 25mL, 50mL, 125mL, 250mL, and 500mL flask clips, Accuspin Refrigerated Microtube Centrifuge, 2 Spectronic 20 Genesys spectrophotometers, Orbitron Rotator, 2 Mini Bench top Centrifuges with adaptors, Replica Plate Apparatus with Velvets, 17" Macbook Pro HP all in one C4180 photosmart printer, Thermocycler, Genetic Analyzer (DNA Sequencing machine): From Applied Biosystem; GenePulser: from BIO-RAD, Incubator (37C): from Fisher Sci, Imager for faculty research only dry immuno detection, and Shimazu LCMS.
Be sure to take a tour of some of the facilities.
Send comments to the Science Department at firstname.lastname@example.org