Bucknell University offers extraordinary facilities for teaching and conducting neuroscience research. Facilities include:
- An electroencephalogram (EEG) for measuring event-related potentials
- Surgery and facilities for behavioral testing and histological analysis
- Laboratory equipment for studying the development of brain-behavior relationships in social insects
- A world-renowned animal behavior facility housing four species of non-human primates
- A well-equipped lab for the study of the psychophysics of vision
- Laboratory equipment for ecological genetics assays, including PCR and gel electrophoresis
We offer numerous other facilities housed across the campus in psychology, biology, chemistry, and animal behavior. In addition to our outstanding on-campus facilities, some faculty research sites are located in interesting places around the globe, including Hawaii and Panama.