Interdisciplinary Science and Technology I

Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building I provides flexible laboratories with adjoining workspace for bioengineering; neural engineering; and molecular, tissue and cell engineering research to develop artificial organs, biomaterials and diagnostic and therapeutic devices.

One laboratory explores “smart” implant devices that locate and stimulate specific brain regions helping impaired individuals power robotic arms or alleviate seizures in Parkinson’s patients.

 

Sustainability Points of Pride

Building Code: 
ISTB1
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Interdisciplinary Science and Technology I, Tempe campus