Laurier Biology is housed in two modern buildings: the Science Building (opened in 1995), and the adjoining Laurier Science Research Centre (opened in 2004). Teaching and research labs,technical support and administration/office space is in the Science Building, while the Science Research Centre is entirely dedicated to research labs.
- four teaching labs
- plant growth room
- mobile computer lab
- digital imaging
- 10 individual lab suites
- study carrels for graduate students
- plant growth room and growth chambers
freshwater fish holding facilities
- animal archive
- level-2 microbiology lab
- cell and tissue culture lab
- microcapillary cell sorter
- connection to the SHARCNET computing cluster
Scanning Electron Microscopy Facility
In addition to the facilities on the Waterloo campus, Laurier Biology is also a supporting member of the Algonquin Wildlife Research Station.