The electronics lab of JNU SE is equipped with advanced electronic instrumentation such as Digital signal oscillator, Function Generator, multimeter etc. by known brands like Keysight and Klein. There is also a PCB fabrication facility that uses the dark room method along with a PCB printer that is available on request.
Students of SE have full access to the Physics Laboratory of School of Physical Sciences, JNU. They get access to a suite of experimental apparatus and equipment which allows them to put concepts learnt in classes to the test. A variety of experiments from topics related to ray optics, electromagnetics etc. can be performed here.
Similar to the Physics lab, students also have access to the Chemistry Laboratory where they are able to perform investigatory experiments in various topics of Chemistry such as organic, inorganic and physical chemistry. The lab also comes equipped with a full suite of safety apparatus.
Environmental Science Laboratory
The Environmental Science laboratory of JNU SE is in collaboration with the School of Environmental Sciences, JNU. It is equipped with advanced equipment to study the conditions of the environment around JNU. Students are able to measure air quality, perform analysis of bacteria present in soil and go on field trips to analyze the environment there.
Advanced Instrumentation Research Facility
Advanced Instrumentation Research Facility (AIRF) is a specialized research facility which houses about 25 sophisticated state-of-the-art instruments with various supporting/ basic facilities. AIRF activities started from year 2008 onwards. It caters to the interdisciplinary applications in research to all the JNU Science Schools as well as other academic research institutes and private companies/ industries within and outside Delhi. This research facility serves as an academic, research and scientific service provider and facilitator. It also supports inter-disciplinary academic and research activities by conducting through regular workshops and trainings programmes.
Cancer Biology Lab
The main areas of interest of the Cancer Biology lab are understanding the mechanisms of carcinogenesis development to find novel targets which could be affected by natural agents, to inhibit cancer progression and metastasis. The laboratory’s efforts have been largely devoted towards not only screening natural compounds/ chemopreventive agents for their efficacy, but also providing mechanistic insights into their mode of action.
Discovering and evaluating anticancer activities of small molecules (phytochemicals) and providing scientific basis (mechanisms) for their effectiveness in controlling carcinogenesis is a priority area of research. The goal is to develop mechanism-based non-toxic anticancer agents for their potential use in cancer chemoprevention and treatment.
Nano Electronics Lab
The Nano electronics lab is a newly established inter-disciplinary research and teaching center at JNU.
The nanoscience related research topics pursued currently include ferromagnetic nanostructures, magnetic nanocomposites; microwave absorbers; nano-devices; magnetic nanoparticles based target-specific drug-delivery & treatment of cancer cells by radio-frequency-(RF) Hyperthermia; Giant-Magneto-Resistance bio-sensors; nano-biotechnology, bio-sensors, hybrid nanomaterials, anti-bio films, Electron microscopy, ferroelectric/ multiferroic nanocomposites, soft condensed matter, nanoscale interface, etc.