The  Carnegie microscopy suite is a shared campus facility, located in the Carnegie Science Building.

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JSM-7100FLV Scanning Electron Microscope

FE-SEM:  The lab has an analytical FE-SEM (JEOL JSM-7100FLV equipped with a Thermo/ Noran System 7 EDS System with a LN-free detector) and is used by faculty and students for research, teaching, and outreach programs in Biology, Earth and Climate Sciences, and Chemistry.

Confocal Microscopy:  A Leica SP8 Laser Scanning Confocal Microscope is utilized by faculty and students from Biology, Neuroscience, Physics, and Biological Chemistry in both research and teaching. The confocal was acquired with an NSF MRI Grant to Bates College (read more).


About | Academic Program | Training | Equipment |

Faculty and Staff

Biology:  Larissa Williams, Martin Kruse, Andrew Mountcastle, and Greg Anderson, AI

Geology: Dyk Eusden, Mike Retelle, and Genevieve Robert

Chemistry: Matt Cote

Physics: Travis Gould

B-10 Carnegie Science Building
44 Campus Avenue
Bates College
Lewiston, ME 04240
Lab: (207) 786-6494 or Greg Anderson: 786-6110