Institute of Arctic Biology Greenhouse
1995 Yukon Drive
Photo by JR Ancheta, UAF University Relations
The Institute of Arctic Biology Greenhouse provides a reliable, year-round environment for growing plants used in research and educational projects by faculty members and graduate, undergraduate and area high school students.
Other researchers from UAF's Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station and Chemistry Department, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the U.S. Geological Survey have used the greenhouse. Visiting scientists from Cornell University and scientists from Sweden and Norway have also conducted research projects within the greenhouse.
It simulates summer conditions all year with computerized controls that manipulate air and soil temperatures and adjust lighting, window shades and humidity.