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Conoco Phillips Integrated Science Building (CPISB)

Opened in 2009, is a new state of the art teaching and research facility on the main UAA campus. Bringing Biology, Chemistry, Geology, Physics and Astronomy together under one roof, the CPISB promotes cooperation across fields both in research and in learning. The CPISB houses more than fifteen teaching laboratories, two state-of the-art classrooms, numerous research laboratories, and the new UAA Planetarium and Visualization Theater.

 

Ecosystem-Biomedical Health Laboratory (EBL)

The EBL building is nestled back into the woods on UAA's main campus and is the home of research laboratories for ecologists primarily from the Environment and Natural Resources Institute (ENRI). 

 

Applied Science and Engineering Technology Laboratory (ASET) lab

The ASET Lab is an advanced analytical laboratory equipped with GC-FID, GC-MS, ICP-MS and LC MS/MS instruments.  The instruments are used for quantitative analysis from low level persistent organic pollutions (POPs), drugs, natural organic compounds, trace metals, and anions in diverse matrices ranging from water, soils, and plants to animal tissues.  It is a leading laboratory in the state for fatty acid analysis in marine mammals, birds, and human plasma.  The laboratory is utilized for research in biology, geology, engineering and ecology; is the teaching laboratory for an instrumental chemistry class; and is used for several outreach activities.

 

Stable Isotope Lab (ENRI-SILS)

The Stable Isotope Lab is a state-of-the-art analytical facility that quantifies stable isotope concentration (e.g. δD, δ13C, δ15N, and δ18O) to help researchers understand biological, hydrologic, geological, and atmospheric processes on short and long time scales.  Analyses of liquids, gases, and organismal tissues are routinely carried out at the laboratory.

 

Alaska's Medical School (WWAMI)

WWAMI is a collaborative medical school among universities in five northwestern states, Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, and Idaho and the University of Washington School of Medicine.

 

 

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