BMCC’s core facilities provides support for the college’s academic programs and serves as a vital resource for the enhancement of instruction, learning and research for students and faculty.
Research Core Facilities
The Undergraduate Research Core Facilities allows students to experiment with cutting-edge technologies and obtain first-hand knowledge of working in a research lab.
The Research Core Facilities offer two separate tissue culture rooms; microscopy, molecular biology, genetics, microbiology, organic synthesis, robotics, zoology, plant physiology, neuroscience, vibrational spectroscopy and other basic scientific research.
- Biology and Chemistry Laboratories – S-643, N-677/N-685, N-685A, N-685C, N-685D, and N-685E
- Tissue Culture Rooms – N-560 and N-685B
- Engineering and Physics Laboratories – N-681 and N-683
- Research Core Computer Laboratory – N-690
- Social Sciences Research Laboratory – S-633
The BMCC Research Core Facilities follow strict policies and guidelines for faculty, staff and students to uphold.
Visit the Research Core Facilities Forms page to review required documents needed by faculty and students attempting to conduct research on campus. You can also find the various laboratory access request forms on this page.
Core Student Research Facility Personnel
- Martin Levine, Ph.D., Environmental Health and Safety Officer
- Aned Buczynski-Kos, Research Core Laboratory Manager