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Research Buildings

ASU students, scholars and partners operate in a rich new educational environment — one that is interdisciplinary, creative and hyper-connected to community trends and needs. All new buildings at the university are designed for certification through the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System™.

ASU has created new kinds of university spaces that promote academic partnerships with the community, industry and government, which enables us to take on the economic, social and cultural challenges facing our society. Undergraduate students are actively involved in research opportunities that complement their classroom experiences. By joining ASU's community of researchers, you too can spur change and transform society.

Biodesign Institute at ASU A
Biodesign Institute at ASU B
Engineering Research Center
Interdisciplinary Science and Technology I
Interdisciplinary Science and Technology II
Interdisciplinary Science and Technology IV
Interdisciplinary Science and Technology V
Moeur Building
Wrigley Hall, formerly Global Institute of Sustainability Building