Public Engagement Facilities and Equipment

Public Engagement Facilities and Equipement

This is a list of available physical (e.g., meeting rooms, conference venues, and laboratories) and virtual (online rooms and services) spaces aimed at supporting public engagement initiatives. The resources listed include opportunities for renting equipment as well, including tools and technology to connect with partners organizations and facilitate the establishment of collaborative projects.

The list of resources is a living document that we hope to keep updating over the years. If you are aware of any resource that is not currently listed here, please reach out to us ( and send a description of the public engagement resource you would like to be added to the repository.

Autonomous Ocean System Centre, Core Research Equipment & Instrument Training Network (CREAIT)

The Autonomous Ocean Systems Centre (AOSCENT) is a collaborative node of the CREAIT network focused on providing autonomous solutions for marine applications ranging from unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs) to ships and unmanned surface marine craft.

Bonne Bay Aquarium and Research Station, Grenfell Campus

Our facility is the primary field research station for Memorial University in western Newfoundland.  We are well placed to act as a hub for research anywhere on the Northern Peninsula whether you are a Marine Biologist, Terrestrial Ecologist, Oceanographer, Biogeochemist, Geographer or Geologist. You do not need to be a member of Memorial University in order to use us as a staging point for your research. Our facility is well-equipped with small research vessels, a range of sampling equipment, and a laboratory equipped with a fume hood. 

The Bonne Bay Aquarium and Research Station also offers an array of conference facilities and accommodations.

Catch and Release Webinar Sharing Template, Office of Public Engagement 

"Catch and Release" is a simple template to help distill major learnings from online sessions for distribution to colleagues. Just download the file, fill it out, and share with those who weren't able to attend a session but that might find it useful.

Centre for Chemical Analysis, Research and Training, Core Research Equipment & Instrument Training Network (CREAIT)

C-CART provides research support, training and chemical analysis services, to undergraduate and graduate students, university researchers, government agencies and private sector R&D companies. The instruments associated with C-CART are grouped into four service areas: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), X-Ray Crystallography (XRD), Mass Spectrometry (MS) and Materials Characterization (MC).

Lab2Market, Research Innovation Office (RIO)

Lab2Market is a nationwide program that helps brilliant minds in STEM graduate programs and postdoctoral programs reimagine their futures. Throughout the program, they’ll discover their passion for entrepreneurship, build an entrepreneurial skillset, and connect with the network they need to turn their ideas into successful businesses.

Meet at MUN Conference and Event Services

Variety of services for individuals and/or groups looking to secure space for meetings and/or events/conferences on St. John's Campus and Signal Hill Campus.

Micro Analyisis Facility, Core Research Equipment & Instrument Training Network (CREAIT)

MAF specializes in high-resolution imaging and in-situ microbeam chemical analysis and age dating of minerals and other materials such as environmental and archaeological samples. The Facility has ongoing research and development projects on ore characterization for metallurgy and advanced mineral exploration but aims to support a wide range of research throughout the university and beyond.

SGS Resources for Graduate Students, School of Graduate Studies

The faculty and staff of the School of Graduate Studies and all of our academic and service units are committed to safeguarding your health and well-being and ensuring your continuance and progress in your academic programs. We designed this page to provide you with resources to assist with and foster remote learning, wellness, and community.

The Earth Resources Research and Analysis Facility, Core Research Equipment & Instrument Training Network (CREAIT)

TERRA provides chemical and physical analyses utilizing a large variety of instrumentations, including ICP-MS, XRF, XRD, Microprobe, radiogenic isotope, and stable isotope mass spectrometers.