Research Facilities

The primary College of Science and Technology research facilities on Temple’s Main Campus are housed in 

  • the Biology-Life Sciences Building for the Biology Department;
  • Beury Hall for the Chemistry and Earth and Environmental Science departments; and
  • the Science Education and Research Center (SERC) for portions of the Biology and Chemistry departments, as well as the Computer and Information Sciences and Physics departments. 

Research Centers & Institutes

The College of Science and Technology is not only committed to pursuing advanced research, but also to ensuring that scientific discoveries and new technology enter the marketplace to improve people’s lives.

The Biology Department works within a number of research centers and organizations to facilitate these goals.

Learn more about the College of Science and Technology research centers and institutes.

Carnegie Classification

The Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education lists Temple University as an R1 institution for “highest research activity,” placing it among the top 4% of all four-year institutions in the United States.