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The Applied Biotechnology and Biosensor Laboratory (ABBL) is dedicated to the development of applied biotechnology and advanced biosensors.  Located in the Biomedical Engineering Complex (BEC) on the main Louisiana Tech University campus.  The BEC is adjacent to the Institute for Micromanufacturing (IfM) with a connecting corridor between the ground floors of the two buildings.  ABBL is supported by the core Biomedical Engineering Laboratories which include a wide range of resources for biotechnology research and testing and include the Biomedical Engineering Building Common Analytical Instrumentation laboratory, The Tissue Engineering and Cell Culture Laboratory, and the Imaging and Nano-patterning Laboratory. 

The IfM also provides additional resources to ABBL faculty, staff and students.  It is an integrated nano-manufacturing and micro-manufacturing center, dedicated to micro/nano scale technologies and systems research, education, and commercialization.  The IfM consists of three components, totaling 65,000 sq. ft. of user facilities. The R & D user facility is housed in a modern 41,000 sq. ft. building, designed specifically for research and development in micro/nano scale technologies and systems.  The laboratory facilities provide a full suite of micro- and nano-manufacturing capabilities, and a comprehensive set of measurement and characterization tools, as well as modeling and simulation software.