The Life Sciences Center houses extensive fish, mammal and insect collections, which include live exhibits of the most comprehensive collection of native snakes in Arizona and other species, such as the Gila monster. The Life Sciences Center, also known as the A Wing, was designed by architect Kemper Goodwin, who designed a number of signature buildings on the campus and in Tempe.

The Life Sciences C Wing houses the graduate and undergraduate degree program offices for the School of Life Sciences. The C Wing is home to the W.M. Keck Bioimaging Laboratory. This lab houses some of the latest in bioimaging technology and serves as a catalyst to consolidate ASU's bioimaging capabilities, to support the development of bioimaging curricula for ASU students, and to strengthen university relationships with external partners such as Barrow Neurological Institute, Mayo Clinic Scottsdale and the National Institutes of Health Diabetes Facility in Phoenix.

The Life Sciences E Wing, also known as the Life Sciences Tower, built in 1992, is the newest part of the complex. At one time the tallest building in Tempe, the Life Sciences E Wing is capped by a rooftop greenhouse. Extending its strong commitment to research, the School of Life Sciences provides many opportunities for undergraduate students to conduct research with faculty members.


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