Opened in 2011, the Arnold Arboretum’s Weld Hill Research Building offers world-class facilities for investigations across the spectrum of botanical and environmental sciences. Home to a vibrant scientific community that includes Harvard University faculty, Weld Hill is outfitted with state-of-the-art molecular laboratories, high-power digital microscopy, and modern controlled growth facilities and greenhouses. In addition to the ongoing work of Arboretum faculty fellows, staff, and visiting scientists, Weld Hill supports investigations by recipients of Arboretum research fellowships and awards. And our new DaRin Butz Foundation Research Internship is opening Weld Hill’s labs and resources to undergraduates interested in research training in the summer.
Spring life for great horned owls Mar 26, 2019
Photos reveal nature’s wonder at Arnold Arboretum Mar 25, 2019
Signs of Spring Mar 22, 2019