G.E. Fogg Building
G.E. Fogg, home to our biosciences and psychology students, recently underwent a £4.5 million refurbishment and offers excellent on-campus facilities to aid your studies.
Students are taught in newly refurbished lecture theatres and can make use of our modern and well-equipped computer labs. In addition to research laboratories, it provides state-of-the-art equipment for cell biology, structural biology and aquatic biology. It also houses:
- a plant growth facility
- controlled environment rooms
- cold rooms
- one of the largest CO2 flux monitoring facilities in the UK
- marine and freshwater aquariums
- a new genome sequencing service that is unique to the UK.
Within the Department of Biological and Experimental Psychology, students will have access to an Electroencephalography (EEG) lab, a purpose-built facility designed for the use of researchers exploring cortical brain potentials and cognition. Then there’s the Behavioural Lab, where computer-based experiments are run using psychological software tools such as E-Prime 2.0 and Psychtoolbox for Matlab.
Students on our biomedical programmes who are co-taught by the School of Biological and Chemical Sciences and Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, will divide their time between our Mile End, Whitechapel and Charterhouse Square campuses, all of which are within easy travelling distance of each other.