Research Facilities

Leading-edge facilities for your research

Research opportunities are available at College of Arts and Sciences facilities such as the Indiana Molecular Biology Institute, the Biocomplexity Institute, the Center for the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior (CISAB), and the Center for Genomics and Bioinformatics.

Field research in ecology and environmental issues can be conducted at the IU Research and Teaching Preserve, one of the nation's most outstanding forest preserve areas adjacent to a university campus. You are encouraged to apply to become an undergraduate teaching assistant (UTA) for the Human Biology core courses. This gives you with experience grading papers, assisting faculty, and tutoring your peers.

Find more facilities to support research in the College of Arts + Sciences
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