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Insectary

At the core of Biological Science`s invertebrate facilities are nine environment-controlled rooms, with fully user-controlled temperature and light regimes that can be used for the long-term culturing of populations of insects and other invertebrates, and for more short-term experiments such as bio-assays. There are also dedicated laboratories for work with insects and worms.

Contact

KRAAIJEVELD, ALEX
+442380593436
A.R.Kraaijeveld@soton.ac.uk

Information

School/Dept:Natural and Environmental Sciences
Building:Life Sciences
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