Laboratories are living spaces where knowledge, knowledge and practices are built and recreated in harmony with Mother Earth, which contribute to the revitalization of the Identity and culture of peoples, through innovation, entrepreneurship, production and marketing, based on the guidelines, principles and institutional values for the Good Living.
This space will make it easier for the student to understand the different topics of biology and related subjects; the use of different materials, reagents and equipment will allow you to better understand the biological reactions of the objects under study obtaining meaningful learning.
Among the objectives of this laboratory is to complement the theoretical classes, teach experimental techniques, management and data processing that are part of the scientific attitudes to enhance within the training process.
They are spaces of interaction, which allow the student to relate the theoretical with the practical, where the teacher is the facilitator and the student is builder of his own learning, that is, autonomous learning is promoted through practical situations.
The lab features a Community Radio and Karibian Soul Magazine.These are spaces to make visible the educational, research and social accompaniment work of the university.It also facilitates intercultural communication with the university community and the general population.
It is a space where interactive learning environments are created to facilitate the practice and development of different language skills. This space supports the process of student-teacher-technology integration, student-student; interactively contributing to more meaningful learning.
The Bluefields enclosure has a nursery, established by URACCAN-IREMADES and aims to generate scientific-technical knowledge, in terms of agricultural methodologies that adapt to the edaphoclimatic conditions of the Nicaraguan Caribbean coast; it also serves as a space for students, with the accompaniment of their teachers, to carry out experimental research, exchanges of experiences and internships.
The methodology implemented is bio-intensive agriculture, cultivating vegetables, medicinal, ornamental and fruit plants, which are marketed among the staff of the enclosure and surrounding settlers, in order to contribute to financial sustainability of the institute.