The Plant Bioscience Building, occupied in 1999, houses the Department of Plant Sciences and Plant Pathology. It has one of only two plant bio-containment facilities in the United States and is connected to the 60,000 square foot Plant Growth Center. Containing mostly labs and offices, the modern exterior design and the efficient and bright interiors make the Plant Bioscience Building a wonderful place to work and visit.

 Plant Biosciences Building

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Upcoming events in Plant Biosciences Building

Dr. Olivia Nigro is an assistant professor in biology at Hawaii Pacific University. She is a microbial ecologist focusing broadly on interactions between microbes and the environment and viruses and their microbial hosts. Her current projects involve microbiome studies of...   View Details

Dan Colman, Faculty Search Candidate for Environmental Microbiology, will present a talk entitled "Transitioning from microbial biodiversity discovery to microbial metabolic landscapes" on Wednesday, April 24th at 2:00pm in Plant Biosciences Building 108.   View Details