A state-of-the-art science facility housing the Chemistry and Biology Departments supports student-faculty research and includes fully equipped teaching laboratories. National Science Foundation grants and other funds have provided advanced equipment for student and faculty use including:

Liquid chromatography-mass spectrometer (LC-MS)
GE Healthcare Åkta Fast Protein Liquid Chromatography system (FPLC)
Two Beckman Coulter Gold Bioessential High-Performance Liquid Chromatography systems (HPLC)
Applied Biosystems iCycler Real-Time PCR system
Beckman Coulter Cytomics FC500 flow cytometer
NMR spectrometer
Cary Eclipse Spectrofluorimeter
Cary 50 Bio thermostatted UV/visible spectrophotometerAgilent 8453 UV/visible spectrophotometer
Agilent 5973/6890N gas chromatograph/mass spectrometer system with autosampler
Varian Eclipse Fluorometer and Fluorescence Polarimeter
Nanodrop spectrophotometer
Licor DNA sequencer and image analyzer (two separate instruments)
Nicolet Magna 550 FT-IR and Perkin Elmer 1430 IR spectrometers
Buck model 200A atomic absorption spectrometer
Hewlett-Packard chiral capillary gas chromatograph
JOEL scanning electron microscope with Energy and Wavelength Dispersive Spectroscopy abilities
X-ray diffractometer
X-ray fluorescence spectrometer (in the divisional Keck facility)
Zeiss LSM 800 confocal microscope