David Rose Science Laboratories
David Rose Science Laboratories, Albee Hall, and Hegeman Science Hall contain the laboratories and classrooms of the Division of Science, Mathematics, and Computing. Divisional laboratories feature nuclear detection devices, electronics and optics equipment, UV/Vis and FT-IR spectrometers, a 300-MHz multinuclear FT-NMR, a gas chromatograph-mass spectrometer, electrophoresis equipment, and a refrigerated centrifuge. Divisional computing facilities include micro-computers for data acquisition and analysis, and a network of RISC stations for advanced computing.
The David Rose Science Laboratories were made possible by a gift from the family of David Rose. In the wing are the Ludwig Neugarten Biology Center, the Jerome I. Feldman Physics Center, a floor devoted to chemistry, and laboratories for teaching and student research.Click here for more information
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