The Integrated Science Center (ISC) sits next to Lemon and Hardy Residence Halls on Barksdale Field. The facility was constructed to integrate William & Mary’s science programs; allowing increased opportunity for multidisciplinary research. Currently, the ISC is the only place on campus where courses and research projects in Applied Science, Biology, Chemistry, Neuroscience, Physics and Psychology exists in the same building. With over 100,000 sq. ft. of space, the ISC consists of a large seminar room, colloquiums, teaching and research labs, a machine shop, glass-blowing faculty, instrument rooms, reading rooms and eat-in kitchens. Research laboratories are equipped with various levels of fume hoods, biosafety cabinets, laboratory equipment, computing equipment, and laboratory emergency equipment including eyewashes, spill kits and fire extinguishers. On the campus of William & Mary, this is the only building with biological and hazardous waste accumulation rooms managed by the EH&S Office.