Laboratory Facilities

The School of Postgraduate Studies and Research offers a dynamic research-intensive environment that fosters excellence in interdisciplinary research.

The multi-purpose research laboratory is the “home base” of the research groups. The research laboratory is operational throughout the year especially during the summer months when it accommodates a significant number of undergraduate research projects. The following list shows the major research areas and key facilities available in each discipline.

Research area

Tissue culture

Thermo scientific CO2 incubator, Olympus Inverted microscope CKX31, Olympus fluorescent microscope BX43F, Laminar flow hood (class 2)


Laminar flow hood (class 2), Milli-Q water purifier, Astell Compact Autoclave


Alpha BRUKER Transmission Spectrometer, UV-1800 Shimadzu UV Spectrophotometer, Spectrofluorometer, Shimadzu, laser unit ML/150 TN

RNA/DNA/ Protein

ABI 7500 Real-Time PCR System, BioRad DNA Engine Peltier Thermal Cycler, BioRad 680XR Microplate reader, Bio rad Chemidoc XRS molecular imager, Cole-Parmer 26 watt UV translluminator, Eppendorf Centrifuge 5430R, benchtop centrifuge, refrigerated, Eppendorf centrifuge 5804, benchtop centrifuge, refrigerated

3D printing

CELLINK INKREDIBLE 3D Bioprinter, D2M Solutions 3D PRINTER, 3D printer water bath


Binder ED 53 Drying Oven, Heidolph rotary evaporator, Gilson HPLC


Tissue processing equipmemts (KD-TS1A Tissue Processor, KD-BM II & BL Tissue Embedding & Cooling System, KD-3368AM Full Automatic Microtome, KD-P Tissue Floating Bath)