Facilities & Technology
The George Washington University provides a variety of resources and research space. From conducting traditional laboratory research to developing super-computers, students and faculty members have access to a number of high-quality campus facilities to pursue cutting-edge work.
GW enjoys a longstanding reputation as a center for advanced computing research across disciplines. Learn more about our computing capabilities.
GW offers a variety of laboratories. Learn more abour our laboratory facilities, listed by subject area.
Science and Engineering Hall
The Science and Engineering Hall, set to open in 2015, will usher in a new era of research and innovation at GW and help put knowledge into action.
Animal Research Facility
The Animal Research Facility (ARF) provides space, equipment, and care for laboratory animals used for research and teaching purposes. Working closely with the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee, the ARF provides the highest standards of humane care and use of laboratory animals and assures compliance with University and federal regulations.
BSL-3 Core Facility
The BSL-3 Core Facility is a biosafety level-three laboratory designed for research with hazardous biological agents that have a potential for respiratory transmission and may cause serious health effects.
The Center for Microscopy and Image Analysis
The Center for Microscopy and Image Analysis provides University-wide core resources for acquisition and processing of microscopic images of relevance to biological, biomedical and translation sciences.
Flow Cytometry Core Facility
The Flow Cytometry Core Facility houses a state-of-the-art, digital high-speed sorter and an analog analyzer used for functional assays, gene expression studies, cloning of gene-modified cells or proteomic analyses.
Genomics Core Facility
The Genomics Core Facility available to serve all faculty members at the University whose work involves gene profiling, molecular pathogenesis, mutation detection, and biomarker discovery.