Centre of Excellence in Natural Resource Management

Laboratories and teaching spaces

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The Centre of Excellence in Natural Resource Management has state-of-the-art teaching and research laboratory spaces.

Albany Sciences BuildingLaboratories in The University of Western Australia (UWA) Albany Sciences Building include:

  • Teaching Laboratory with facilities for up to 12 chemistry students or 24 biology students; including a fume hood.
  • Analytical Laboratory including a fume hood, and reticulated nitrogen and carbon dioxide.
  • Molecular Genetics Laboratory
  • General Research Laboratory and a Field Processing area.
The UWA Albany Sciences Building and UWA Albany Centre have many rooms with capacities ranging from 10 to 75 people. These rooms are available for teaching, meetings, workshops, seminars etc.

Laboratory equipment includes:
  • Fume hoods
  • Dissecting and compound microscopes
  • Digital camera and imaging facilities for microscope
  • Reticulated gas, including nitrogen and carbon dioxide
  • Autoclave, centrifuge, balances
  • Spectrophotometer
  • Gel documentation system
  • PCR machine for DNA amplification
  • Micro-volume spectrophotometer


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